He has 40 years plus of trial and arbitration experience, and has regularly prepared pleadings, agreements, and other business law and motion presentations. Among many courtroom accomplishments, Mitch was one of the lead defense counsel in one of the largest food safety cases in the history of the United States, the infamous 1993 Seattle E. coli litigation commenced by Jack in the Box. For clients that operate in the real estate and construction space, Mitchell counsels clients on a variety of matters from project inception to completion. He offers strategic advice on contractor or subcontractor relationships, delays, defects, risks, liability, and most importantly, on dispute resolution approaches.
Mitchell B. Stein
Business and Real Estate Litigator