I'm deeply saddened by Mark's death last week. I leaned about it just now from a Mayer Brown newsletter. I, of course, knew Mark and you before he became prominent. Before he held all the leadership positions at Mayer Brown. Before his important job at DoJ. In those days, he had obvious talent. But he stood out as someone without pretension, empathetic and real. Those were rare qualities in a corporate firm lawyer then and I imagine as rare now. I read some of the condolences on the funeral home site, praising Mark as a mentor. It doesn't surprise me. No doubt he gathered a lot of wisdom over the years to pass down. But I'm guessing it's Mark's character and honesty that his mentees are relating to. He died much too young. His legacy though will live on at Mayer Brown and, no doubt, elsewhere for a very long time. I extend my heartfelt sympathies to you and your children.