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Mark Boveri's primary focus on handling business and commercial litigation matters, and secondarily representing litigants in select marital dissolution matters. With nearly thirty years of litigation experience, Mark has had lead responsibility for client matters in jury and bench trials conducted in the federal and state courts of Indiana, Michigan, and New Mexico, in federal and state appellate courts, before arbitration panels, and in mediations.

Mark’s clients have included national, regional, and local businesses, including manufacturers, developers, insurers, retailers, and construction companies, as well as multiple local governmental offices. His past commercial cases have presented a wide range of legal issues, including claims for breach of contract, shareholder disputes, restrictive covenants, ERISA, insurance coverage, and defense of employment claims. Mr. Boveri joined Krieg DeVault in August, 2014, and is resident in its Mishawaka office.

Representative Experience

  • Lead defense counsel for a national oil refiner in a federal court proceeding brought by retailer accusing it of violating the Petroleum Marketing Practices Act (“PMPA”); resulting in a defense verdict after federal court jury trial
  • Lead trial counsel for large multi-state restaurant franchisee in federal court action against lender arising from dispute over prepayment premium terms contained in a series of promissory notes that were part of a securitized lending arrangement; tried to the bench in 2011, the client prevailed on all contested issues recovering a substantial judgment that was successfully defended on appeal in the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Lead counsel for former partner of large Midwest real estate developer in action to recover unpaid distributions from approximately twenty special purpose limited partnerships resulting in a seven digit arbitration award in favor of client
  • Represented litigants in numerous high-profile marital dissolution proceedings venued across northern Indiana where the marital estates often included privately own businesses and/or marital estates ranging in value from $5-$10 million

Professional Associations

  • St. Joseph County Bar Association, Member
  • Indiana State Bar Association, Member
  • Robert A. Grant American Inn of Court, Member


  • J.D., University of Notre Dame Law School, Notre Dame, Indiana, 1985
  • B.S. in Business (Accounting), Indiana University, South Bend, Indiana, 1982

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Indiana (1986)
  • Michigan (1986)