WHO WE ARE
Mark Busch has made his career providing top quality legal representation for landlord-owners as they navigate the complicated waters of landlord-tenant law. Mark personally handles each case in order to ensure that you receive the personal benefit of his years of extensive experience in the field while always working to keep your costs to a minimum.
Mark Busch completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Idaho. He completed his jurisprudence studies at the Willamette College of Law in Salem, Oregon. Mark was admitted to the Oregon Bar in 1991. He also successfully passed the California bar exam and was admitted there in 2013.
Premier Landlord-Tenant Attorney in Oregon
Mark has continued to refine his skills in landlord-tenant relations and has established himself as one of the premier and most effective landlord-tenant attorneys in Oregon.
Whether in mediation, arbitration hearings, or actual trials, Mark has expertly represented countless landlords from start to finish with their cases. From the filing of initial eviction notices to an actual trial, appeal, or committee hearing before the Oregon Legislature, Mr. Busch is there to ensure that your rights as a landlord and property owner are upheld.
On commercial property issues, Mark represents both landlords and tenants. He regularly negotiates and drafts commercial leases, handles commercial eviction cases, and provides advice on any number of commercial leasing issues. His caseload includes industrial, office, and small business leasing issues.
Mr. Busch continues to be a regular speaker and contributor at landlord-tenant seminars throughout the state, further polishing his reputation as the expert in his field. In this expert capacity, he has presented for the Oregon State Bar, the Oregon Lodging Association, the Oregon Legal Institute, Manufactured Housing Communities of Oregon, and the National Business Institute, among others.