Hall Estill, with offices in Denver, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Northwest Arkansas and Nashville, announced today that Mark Bell has joined the firm as a shareholder and E. Job Seese has joined as special counsel in the Denver office
Bell’s practice includes representing banks and financial institutions in both corporate and
litigation matters. His lender representation includes bankruptcy and lender-liability litigation, complex loan documentation, workout and loan restructuring, regulatory and compliance matters, loan sales, enforcement litigation, security interest analysis and bank operations. His practice also includes real estate and business transactions, as well as contentious litigation in state and federal courts nationwide.
Seese is a litigator with broad national and international experience in complex commercial litigation. He represents domestic and foreign clients—including mid-market firms, closely-held businesses, and private individuals — in federal and state courts and arbitrations across the country. His practice focuses on contract disputes, business torts, IP and trade secrets litigation, construction and real estate litigation, and closely-held business disputes.
Ball received his law degree from the University of Denver College of Law.
Seese received his law degree from Washington & Lee University School of Law and clerked for 11th Circuit Judge Stanley Birch, Jr. Before coming to Hall Estill, he worked with Chipman Glasser in Denver and, prior to that, with DLA Piper in New York City and Gibson Dunn in Washington, D.C.