Mark A. Bracken | PARTNER

Chris Borunda


》New Mexico
》United States District Court for the Western District of Texas

About Mark A. Bracken

Mark A. Bracken was raised in El Paso, Texas and graduated Franklin High School. He earned a B.A. in Political Science, with a minor in Business Management, from Brigham Young University. He then earned his law degree from Pennsylvania State, Dickinson School of Law, where he served on the Editorial Board of the World Arbitration and Mediation Review. While in law school, he interned with Justice J. Michael Eakin on the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. After law school, he served as a law clerk for U.S. District Judge Earl H. Carroll in the District of Arizona and practiced law in Arizona before returning to the El Paso area.

Mark A. Bracken practices law in the areas of Medical Malpractice Defense, Labor and Employment Law, Insurance Defense of Bad Faith Claims, Personal Injury Defense, and Premises Liability Claims.

Mark A. Bracken has successfully tried cases before El Paso juries since his return to the El Paso area in 2017. Some of his recent El Paso jury trials include the following:

January 17, 2023. Defense verdict. Mendoza v. Kaim M.D.; Cause No. 2013DCV1198
August 3, 2022. Defense verdict. Garcia v. Mendez, M.D.; Cause No. 2013DCV2153
July 21, 2022. Defense verdict. Salazar v. Bradford, D.O.; Cause No. 2016DCV4437
February 21, 2020. Defense verdict. Beechler v. Lyn, M.D.; Cause No. 2014DCV1477
June 26, 2019. Defense verdict. Castro v. Gomez, M.D..; Cause No. 2013DCV1493
January 10, 2019. Defense verdict. Dunnington v. Lyn, M.D.; Cause No. 2010DCV5045
September 26, 2018. Defense verdict. Rios v. Kaim M.D.; Cause No. 2012DCV5307
August 9, 2018. Defense verdict. Bickhart v. Martinez, N.P.; Cause No. 2013DCV2392

Any statements regarding past performance are not guarantees of future results.  Every case is different and may result in a different outcome.


》B.A. | Brigham Young University
》J.D. | Pennsylvania State, Dickinson School of Law

Publications and Presentations

Unconscionable, but not Unenforceable: Missouri Supreme Court Strikes Portions of Arbitral Clause but Preserves Agreement to Arbitration. 6 Journal of American Arbitration 101 (2007)
》Recent Developments in Federal Class Actions. ABA Labor & Employment Law (2013)
》Assessing Security and Avoiding Violence in the Workplace. ABA Labor & Employment Law Mid-Winter Meeting, Miami, FL (March 2013); ABA Webinar (July 2013)