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The highs and lows of the stock market. Political wrangling. Seismic shifts in traditional industries and innovation in new ones.
Now, more than ever, clients are looking for sophisticated legal services and competitive value.
Mitchell Litigation & Advocacy was formed to fill a void that the traditional law firm model isn’t meeting. We believe exceptional legal services should be reasonable and predictable. That’s why Mitchell Litigation & Advocacy offers alternative fees and innovative pricing – fixed, capped, phased, or contingency fees. We believe in increasing trust, not your legal spend.
Harnessing over a decade of litigation experience at one of the top law firms in the country, Mitchell Litigation & Advocacy delivers top-tier legal services, individualized attention, and competitive value.
Jun. 2019 – A luxury powerboat manufacturer successfully defeated breach of contract and breach of warranty claims brought by an overseas purchaser. The District Court entered a judgment for the defense following trial. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit affirmed the ruling on appeal, saving the client over a million dollars in potential damages.
Mar. 2019 – A Nevada trust obtained a judgment in excess of $13 Million against a former Trustee who had authorized millions of dollars of loans to improve a local entertainment facility without providing any adequate security to protect the Trust’s financial investment and position. The Court awarded treble damages and attorney’s fees under the Indiana Crime Victim’s Relief Act.
Jun. 2018 – A wireless telephone retailer defeated claims for over $20 Million in alleged unpaid referral fees stemming from a former business relationship. After years of contentious litigation, the matter proceeded to trial in the District Court, where a complete defense judgment was entered in the retailer’s favor. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit affirmed the decision on appeal.
July 2017 – A national bank resolved contentious litigation involving claims for negligence and breach of fiduciary duty on favorable terms. The bondholders had asserted claims for millions of dollars in damages against the bank related to its alleged violations of a municipal bond indenture and related to the appointment of a receiver over a local housing complex.