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Mark H. Nys
Shareholder, KLINEDINST PC

    A shareholder in the San Diego office, Mark H. Nys has devoted a signifi-
cant portion of his practice to representing credit unions with respect to both
general and business matters. Mr. Nys has defended numerous credit unions
over a broad spectrum of litigation in both the California state and federal court

    Mr. Nys also has significant experience in the construction arena. He repre-     San Diego, California
sents developers, general contractors and subcontractors in both residential and     619.239.8131
commercial construction defect and complex construction transactional mat-           619.238.8707 Fax
ters. He provides guidance in both public and private works projects, includ-        MNys@
ing on construction financing, mechanics’ liens, stop notices, and enforcement       klinedinstlaw.com

     Mr. Nys’ practice includes experience defending large automobile dealer-        Practice Areas
ships in a variety of legal issues, including lemon law and auto financing dis-      Architects and Engineers
putes. Mr. Nys also defends mobile home parks and homeowner’s associations           Auto Finance and Lemon
from liability arising from resident litigation. In addition, he has experience         Law
litigating intellectual property disputes, and is licensed to practice before the    Business
United States Patent and Trademark Office.                                           Construction
                                                                                     Directors and Officers (D&O)
    Originally from Santa Maria, California, Mr. Nys graduated from Clare-           Financial Institutions and
mont McKenna College in 1985 with a B.A. in Chemistry. Graduating Phi                  Credit Unions
Beta Kappa, Mark was a 4-time NCAA All-American in both singles and                  Intellectual Property
doubles tennis. He then attended the University of California at Irvine, where       Mobile Home Parks
                                                                                     Public Entities
he received his Graduate Certificate in Hazardous Materials Management
before moving on to California Western School of Law and earning his Juris           Admitted to Bar
Doctorate in 1997.
                                                                                     California (1997)

Professional and Community Affiliations                                              U.S. District Court, Southern
                                                                                     District of California (1997)
   The State Bar of California
                                                                                     U.S. District Court, Northern
   Phi Beta Kappa                                                                    District of California (2010)
   San Diego Intellectual Property Law Association                                   U.S. Patent and Trademark
                                                                                     Office (2000)
   San Diego County Bar Association
   San Diego Bankruptcy Forum                                                        Education

   Friends of the Chapter, San Diego/Imperial Chapter of the California              Claremont McKenna College
                                                                                     (B.A., cum laude, 1985)
   Credit Union League
                                                                                     University of California at
Publications and Interviews                                                          Irvine (Graduate Certificate
                                                                                     in Hazardous Materials
   “Designation and Use of ‘Percipient Experts’” San Diego Defense Lawyers
   Update (Spring, 1999)                                                             California Western School of
                                                                                     Law (J.D. 1997)
                            Mark H. Nys
                            Publications and Interviews (Cont.)

                              “A Hypothesis to Explain the Colloidal Differences Between the Upper and
                              Lower Inyo Crater Lakes” 23 Verh. Internat. Verin. Limnol 116-118
                              ( January, 1998)

San Diego, California
  619.238.8707 Fax


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