Loyola Law School, Los Angeles,
University of California, Irvine,
California USDC, Central District
California USDC, Northern District
California USDC, Southern District
US Ct Appeals, 9th Circuit (AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA, Guam, M. Isles)
American Bar Association
Century City Bar Association
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Los Angeles County Bar Association Attorney Client Relations Section
Los Angeles Superior Court
Judge Pro Tem
Listed in "Southern California Super Lawyers", 2005-2006 (by Thomson Reuters)
Thompson Coburn LLP
Silver & Freedman
Mitchell is a business and real estate litigator and counselor.
He handles a variety of matters on behalf of businesses and individuals, ranging from merger and acquisition disputes, unfair competition, trade secrets and construction cases to actions involving environmental damage claims, homeowners association issues, foreclosures, evictions and other real estate disputes.
He has 35 years plus of trial and arbitration experience, and regularly argues attachments, injunctions and other business law and motion proceedings. Among many courtroom accomplishments, Mitchell was a lead defense counsel in one of the largest product liability cases in the history of the United States, the infamous 1993 Seattle E. coli litigation, commenced by Jack in the Box.
In addition to his trial and arbitration work, Mitchell has argued appeals in both state and federal appellate courts. He has also successfully handled the defense of several ADA cases, and has publicly spoken on and written about matters of interest to business and real estate owners.
Mitchell is a tenacious advocate who pursues litigation in a courteous, highly professional manner. A great believer in preparation, he listens critically and prides himself on tailoring his work to the specific needs and expectations of the client. Before embarking on a litigation journey, Mitchell helps clients weigh the costs/benefits of their options and to generally understand every step on the road to achieving a desired result.
Mitch is active in providing pro bono service to the community. He has served as a Judge Pro Tem of the Los Angeles County Municipal Court, as a landlord tenant mediator for the Unlawful Detainer Trial Courts of the Los Angeles County Municipal Court, and as an arbitrator for the Los Angeles County Bar Association Attorney Client Relations Section.
"Landlords and tenants: To Airbnb or not Airbnb, that is the question";
The Ground Floor Blog, January 2016
"Drone users to lawmakers: ‘Should I stay or should I go?’";
The Ground Floor Blog, September 2015
"Marketing real estate with drones: When can we take to the skies?";
The Ground Floor Blog, August 2015
“How to handle a Robo Lawsuit”;
Interest.com, February 2011
“Smartphone Patent Fight ‘World War III’”;
ComputerWorld, February 2011
“Premises Liability for Crimes Outside the Business Premises: Uncertainty at the Courts”;
The Century City Lawyer, May 2004
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