Mark Cymrot is a first-chair attorney who handles complex international and commercial arbitration and litigation and is a member of esteemed international arbitration panels. He has published articles on litigation and arbitration issues, such as "Cross-Examination in International Arbitration" (Disputes Resolution Journal, 2007), "Barricades at the IMF: Creating a Municipal Bankruptcy Code for Foreign States" (The International Lawyer, 2002), "Reforming the Sovereign Immunities Act" (Working Group of the American Bar Association, 2002), "The Forgotten Rule" (Journal of ABA Litigation Section, 1992), and "Squeezing Silver" (Journal of ABA Litigation Section, 1991).
Mark is a member of the American Arbitration Association’s Panel of Arbitrators and leads BakerHostetler's International Disputes practice. He is ranked in Chambers USA and The Best Lawyers in America© (International Arbitration—Commercial and Governmental) and is listed in "Who's Who in America."
Mark’s recognitions include:
- Chambers Global: International Arbitration (USA) (2014, 2015)
- Chambers USA: International Arbitration in the District of Columbia (2013 to 2015)
- The Best Lawyers in America© (2010 to 2015)
- Washington, D.C.: International Arbitration – Commercial
- Washington, D.C.: International Arbitration – Governmental
- Martindale-Hubbell: AV Preeminent
- Who's Who Legal 100 (Asset Recovery)
- Who's Who in America
- Who's Who in American Law
- Washington, D.C. "Super Lawyer" (2010 to 2015)
Education: J.D., Columbia University School of Law, 1972, B.A., The George Washington University, 1969