Mitchell is a civil litigator who litigates a wide variety of employment and commercial disputes. Mitchell has argued cases in all levels of civil court in Ontario including complex motions, trials, appeals and judicial reviews. He frequently litigates wrongful competition matters between employers and employees and corporate competitors, and has expertise in the law of restrictive covenants (non-competition and non-solicitation), breach of confidentiality and fiduciary duties, and shareholder oppression disputes between corporate executives and companies.
Mitchell also has significant experience in injunctions, including labour injunctions, Mareva injunctions and Anton Pillar orders.
Prior to joining Brauti Thorning, Mitchell practiced at Canada's largest labour and employment law firm for 8 years. Previously, he obtained a Bachelor degree and Master of Science degree before completing law school and clerking in the Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia.