BLJ Law Bend Oregon

Professional Experience

Mark Reinecke is a civil litigation attorney representing clients involved in business and real property disputes, collection matters, contested wills, trusts, guardianships and conservatorships and a variety of water issues including permitting, adjudications, legislation and general counsel for irrigation districts.  Mark has represented clients in more than half of Oregon’s 36 counties as well as the Oregon Court of Appeals, the Federal District Court for Oregon, the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Tribal Court and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. 

Mark joined Bryant Lovlien & Jarvis in 1996 after practicing law in Bend since 1991.  He became a shareholder of the firm in 2000.

Professional & Community Activities

Oregon State Bar Litigation, Business Litigation, Debtor-Creditor and Environmental & Natural Resources Sections

Deschutes Water Alliance
Steering Committee Member

Oregon Water Resources Congress
Affiliate Member

Bend-Mt. Bachelor Rotary Club
Member; President, 2007

Cascade Festival of Music
President, 2002

Deschutes County Bar Association
Founding Member, 1994

J.R. Campbell American Inns of Court
Founding Member, 1993

Leadership Bend – Class of 2000

Admitted to Practice

Oregon State Courts
Oregon Federal Courts
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Tribal Court
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (San Francisco)


Oregon Loan Refinancing Pilot Program, BLJ Blog, 2012
Oregon Residential Eviction Notice Requirements, BLJ Blog, 2012


Deschutes Basin Mitigation Rules – Water For Life
Commercial Real Estate Litigation – Central Oregon Realtors’ Association

Honors / Awards

Martindale-Hubbell BV Rated


Washington and Lee University School of Law, J.D., 1991

John Carroll University, B.S. Business Administration, 1985


In his spare time, Mark enjoys cycling, skiing, and watching his kids play basketball, lacrosse and soccer.  Mark and his wife, Melissa, have two children, a son, Griffin, and a daughter, Lila.


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