Mark Lippman’s Summary

After finishing school at the University of Miami with degrees in biology, psychology and history, Mark went to the Nova Southeastern, Shepard Broad Law Center where he earned his Juris Doctorate while graduating with honors. Mark was the recipient of the Leo Goodwin Fellowship in 1997 and in 1998.
After law school, Mark went on to work for Jennings and Valancy, PA., a Martindale Hubble AV rated firm, where he practiced Real Estate law under the direction of senior member Steven Valancy. Mark’s primary responsibilities focused on Homeowner Association and Condominium Association litigation and representation. He worked with approximately 10,000 units of residents.

Mark got tired of never being in a courtroom, and in 2000, Mark came to the Central Florida area where he went to work for the State of Florida first in the office of the Public Defender, 9th Judicial Circuit and later, in 2002, for the office of the State Attorney. During this time, Mark received a commendation award from Lawson Lamar for services performed as an Assistant State Attorney. He was able to develop his litigation, research, and negotiation skills and he received lots of additional training to be able to analyze and prosecute all types of cases. While at the State Attorney’s office Mark received specialized training and became a specialist in prosecuting the following cases: Domestic Violence, Driving Under the Influence, Child Abuse, & Sex Crimes.
In 2004, Mark decided to go into private practice. While working in developing his business, Mark has been able to return to his passion of real estate litigation and criminal defense. Mark continues to help the community and helped teach the City of Ocoee Police Academy and the City of Ocoee Teen Police Academy, both programs that were created to facilitate communication between the citizens and the law enforcement officers of the community. Mark has prosecuted and defended thousands of cases and has over 50 jury trials completed.
Mark Lippman’s Specialties:

Licensed to Practice
• Florida (Statewide)
• Federal Middle District of Florida
• United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
• Supreme Court of the United States of America
• Notary Public