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MARKTuoheyisofcounselat BakerHostetler, andisbasedinthefirm’sWashington,D.C.office. Long considered one of Washington’s most prominent white collar defense attorneys, Tuohey boasts a distinguished career in both public service and private practice for more than 45 years. He enlists his solid reputation and significant experience for BakerHostetler’s White Collar,InvestigationsandSecuritiesEnforcementand LitigationTeam,representingdomesticandinternational companies in white collar and regulatoryinvestigations,aswellasindividualsandcorporate officers during trials and investigations. Tuohey was the first director of the mayor of Washington, D.C.’s Office of Legal Counsel, during which time he provided legal advice to Mayor Muriel Bowser and her cabinet on issues ranging from law enforcement and education to energy and economicdevelopment,whilealsooverseeingthelegalworkoftheDistrictofColumbia agency counsel. Prior to that appointment, Tuohey spent many years as a partner and litigator at several Washington, D.C., law firms. Tuohey is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He is routinely recognized by The Best Lawyers in America. Tuohey earned a BA from St. Bonaventure University, and a JD from Fordham University School of Law. In 1993 he was president of the Washington, D.C. Bar, and was named Washingtonian of the Year in 2006 by Washingtonian Magazine. Tuohey is an Irish citizen whose maternal grandparents hailed from Co. Tipperary. His paternal grandfather was from Co. Galway. The grand marshal for the 2006 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Washington, D.C., TuoheyandhiswifeMartyhavethreesonswhohavebeeninvolvedwithcrossborder reconciliation efforts in Northern Ireland through PeacePlayers International, a project they founded in 1999 in Belfast. Tuohey was an advisor to the Patten Commission on Policing in Northern Ireland.