Admiralty, Aviation, Anti Trust,Bodily Injury and Wrongful Death, Business, Civil Rights, Contract, Employment, False Arrest and Imprisonment, Insurance Disputes, Malious Prosecution, Premises Liability, Product Liability; Slander and Libel, Personal Injury, Tort
Harvard University, B.A. (1961)
University of Miami, J.D. (1964)
Admitted to the Florida Bar in 1964.
Admitted to the United States Court of Appeals, Fifth and Eleventh Circuits.
Admitted to the United States Supreme Court.
AV rated by Martindale Hubble.
Florida Bar Board Certified in Admiralty and Maritime Law.
Certified Circuit Court Mediator.
Professional affiliations include:
The Florida Bar.
Dade County Bar Association.
Maritime Law Association of the United States (Proctor).
Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute.
Mr. Mitchell has been a practicing trial lawyer for forty years, actively prosecuting and defending all types of litigation in State and Federal Courts. He has tried to verdict numerous types of cases including commercial litigation; contract claims; antitrust claims; trademark and unfair competition claims; product liability claims; and has both prosecuted and defended claims involving serious bodily injury and death. In the field of admiralty, Mr. Mitchell is experienced in both prosecuting and defending claims involving hull and P & I; passenger and crew; tug and barge; charterers liability; collision; allision; salvage; limitation proceedings and other claims involving maritime liens; preferred ships mortgages; vessels involved in bankruptcy proceedings; and disputes arising out of the purchase, sale and construction of vessels.