Mark R. Peck is a Partner in the Phillipsburg, New Jersey office at Florio Perrucci Steinhart & Fader. Mark has extensive experience as a private and public entity defense litigator, as well as in the fields of land use and municipal law.
Mark has been with the firm since 2005. He has represented numerous public entities, including the South Jersey Transportation Authority, Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission, the Town of Hackettstown, and the Edgewater Borough Planning Board. Mark has also represented numerous municipalities and public entities in tort defense litigation and has appeared before many land use boards throughout New Jersey to obtain development approvals. He has tried many jury cases to a successful conclusion for both public and private clients. Mark’s thorough knowledge of zoning and government make him an outstanding resource to the firm’s clients pursuing land development and other governmental approvals.
Prior to joining the firm, Mark was associated with regional law firms, where he represented municipalities, including Clinton Township and Fanwood Borough, and performed legal work on behalf of many other municipalities in Hunterdon, Morris, and Somerset Counties.
Mark worked as an aide in the New Jersey General Assembly from 1995 through 1999. He also served as an adjunct professor, teaching philosophy at Warren County Community College.
Mark served as Mayor of Bloomsbury Borough, Hunterdon County, from 2004 through 2012, and as a member of the Borough’s Planning Board from 2003 through 2012. Previously, he was a member of the Madison Borough Council, Morris County, from 2000 through 2002, and served as Council President in 2002. Mark also served on Madison’s sewerage authority (the Madison-Chatham Joint Meeting). Mark was a member of the Hunterdon County Republican Committee and was Chairman of the Bloomsbury Republican Club. He is a past member of the Morris County Republican Committee and past Chairman of the Madison Republican Committee.
Mark is an alumni representative for the Delbarton School Alumni Association, and is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Mu of Delta Kappa Epsilon Foundation.
Mark is a member of the Hunterdon County and Warren County Bar Associations, both in New Jersey, and is also a member of the New Jersey Federalist Society.