In performing work for many listed and unlisted companies, Mark Burger has gained extensive experience in the preparation and negotiation of share sale agreements and business sale and purchase agreements involving local, national and cross-border transactions. He has also acted for both bidders and targets in relation to the planning and execution of regulated takeovers. He has represented parties in Takeovers Panel proceedings, both at first instance and on review.

Mark leads capital market transactions in relation to IPOs, share placements, share purchase plans and other forms of local and international capital raisings. He advises in relation to the ASX Listing Rules and its admission criteria and deals regularly with ASX and Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) in relation to continuous disclosure obligations.

Mark has also advised over many years in relation to all forms of commercial law as well as advising many boards on best practice for corporate governance.

Furthermore, he has extensive experience in the preparation of shareholder agreements, joint venture agreements and the broader range of commercial agreements including manufacturing and distribution agreements.

Mark has been actively involved in numerous significant international corporate reorganisations. Not only does he advise in relation to the Australian aspects of these multijurisdictional corporate transactions, but he and his team also assist in providing legal project management support to many jurisdictions in the Asia-Pacific region.

Mark performs work for listed and unlisted companies with a particular focus on the industrials, technology and professional services sectors. He is the Head of the Industrials sector in Australia.