Mark Reeves focuses his practice on litigation, devoting a majority of his time to the representation of Indian tribes and individuals. He has significant experience representing tribes in a broad range of litigation matters in federal courts and before federal administrative agencies, including a number of cases before the Interior Board of Indian Appeals. Among other issues, Mr. Reeves has worked on litigation involving questions of tribal sovereignty and immunity, the enforcement of the United States’ trust responsibilities, and the protection and acquisition of tribal land and other resources.
In addition to his work on behalf of Native American clients, Mr. Reeves has substantial experience in medical malpractice defense litigation and in representing business clients involved in complex civil litigation, including products liability work and commercial contract disputes. He has also participated in the representation of numerous individual plaintiffs who were victims of catastrophic injuries.
Professional & Community Activities
State Bar of Georgia, 2008 Young Lawyers' Division Leadership Academy
Young Lawyers of Augusta, President (2011)
Sacred Heart Cultural Center, Board Member
Southeastern Natural Sciences Academy, Secretary & Board Member
Tri My Best Triathlon, Volunteer