As a member of Phillips Lytle’s Litigation Practice Group, Mitch represents clients on a broad range of matters including commercial disputes, government litigation, labor and employment, energy law, and white collar defense and government investigations.
From complex commercial disputes to workplace fraud and internal investigations, Mitch employs a strategic approach to obtain the best results for his clients. His experience includes conducting internal investigations, litigating complex commercial cases and representing individuals and businesses with claims against governmental entities.
Mitch has significant jury and bench trial experience having litigated numerous cases, both felony and misdemeanor, for the Cumberland County District Attorney’s Office. He also has appellate experience, having authored dozens of appellate briefs and appeared for oral argument before the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
Additionally, Mitch advises energy and manufacturing clients on compliance with complex federal regulations, including the wage and apprenticeship provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act.
Prior to law school, Mitch worked for a Pennsylvania political and communications consulting firm, where he advised candidates for federal and state office and private corporations on matters of strategic communication.