University of California, Berkeley School of Law - Boalt Hall,
University of California, Berkeley,
US Supreme Ct
US Ct Appeals, 9th Circuit (AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA, Guam, M. Isles)
California USDC, Central District
California USDC, Eastern District
California USDC, Northern District
California US Bank Ct, Southern District
State Bar of California
Thompson Coburn LLP
Senior Counsel, 2013-Present
Freedman Weisz LLP
Partner, Chair of the Intellectual Property Group
Reinis & Reinis
Mitch has over 30 years of in-depth experience in the areas of business and intellectual property litigation in federal, state, and local courts, including appeals.
Mitch has successfully prosecuted and defended approximately 1,000 lawsuits. He has experience in business formation, debtor and creditor relations, financial and business planning, licensing, copyright and trademark matters. Mitch's practice involves representation of a wide variety of businesses in many industries, including financial, apparel, fabric, music, food, jewelry, and real estate.
Mitch has served as a Judge Pro Tem in the Beverly Hills Superior Court. He has lectured in various legal educational programs and has been a featured speaker on issues affecting the apparel and textile industry, copyright, civil litigation and appellate procedure. Mitch is the former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Channel Pointe Homeowners Association and the Westdale-Mar Vista Homeowners Association.
Mitch is a member of the California State Bar and is admitted to practice in the United States District Courts in the Central, Southern, Eastern and Northern districts of California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. He has been admitted to practice before the United States Courts on specific cases in Boston, Boise, Nashville, New York, Oklahoma City and San Antonio.
In 2011, Mitch was asked by the authors to review the book "Trademark Surveys: A Litigators Guide," authored by James T. Berger and R. Mark Halligan and published in Oxford University Press. His review is featured prominently on the book.
"Supreme Court's Marvel Decision Provides No Comic Relief for Toy Inventor";
Bloomberg BNA, July, 24, 2015
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