Mark F. Enenbach

“I take a forceful but reasonable approach.”

When dealing with white collar or regulatory investigations, you need  counsel with grand jury practice and experience and who can offer advice and support  – which is exactly what Mark does. He provides his clients confidence and reassurance during some of the most stressful situations in a businessman’s career. In those times, Mark knows there isn’t room for a soft defense and sets his sights on a results-oriented approach on behalf of his clients.

Case Studies / Success Story:
One of Mark’s white collar clients was facing a criminal investigation and possible indictment that would create a domino effect of collateral consequences including potential debarment and civil litigation. Mark quickly helped his client wrap his head around the unfamiliar proceedings, and was able to get the fast-moving situation under control. After determining the pertinent facts, Mark began to move forward with a plan to bring resolution to the issue. Following Mark’s counsel, the client was able to avoid  prosecution, a significant fine and the associated consequences with such a proceeding.

“I advise clients to remain patient and always work with their counsel.”

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Professional Background

Nebraska, 1976

U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit, 1981

U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit

U.S. Court of Military Appeals


Creighton University School of Law, J.D., 1976

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, B.S. (Business), 1973


Listed: “Best Lawyers in America”, Commercial Litigation, Litigation – Antitrust, Litigation – Environmental, Litigation – Regulatory Enforcement (SEC, Telecom, Energy)

Author: “Contracting with the Sovereign – A Liberty Interest,” 16 Creighton Law Review 47, 1983, reprinted “Yearbook of Procurement Articles,” Vol. 20, Federal Publications, Inc., 1983

Special Prosecutor Douglas County, Nebraska, 2010

Professional Organizations

Omaha Bar Association

Nebraska State Bar Association

American Bar Association (Member, Subcommittee on Debarment and Suspension)

Military Capt., JAGC, U.S. Army, 1976-1980