- Ontario, 1989
- Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B. (1987)
Mitch is the founder and managing partner of KRMC’s Personal Injury and Insurance Litigation department.
Mitch’s practice places particular emphasis on serious occupier’s liability cases, motor vehicle litigation, medical malpractice litigation, product liability litigation and strict liability matters (e.g. dog bites). Mitch always places his clients first, and has a proven track record of obtaining excellent results.
Mitch has varied trial experience, and currently represents clients in complex personal injury matters before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Mitch was among the first lawyers to argue at arbitration proceedings before the Financial Services Commission of Ontario when no-fault insurance was introduced to Ontario.
Mitch attended Auburn University on an undergraduate tennis scholarship, where he majored in business. Upon graduating from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1987, Mitch articled with the firm Cassels Brock & Blackwell. Mitch was admitted to the Law Society of Ontario in 1989, after which he practiced personal injury law with the firm Gluckstein & Neinstein until 1992. Mitch joined KRMC in 1992, and became a partner with the firm in 1996.
- Ontario/Canadian Bar Association
- Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
- Advocate’s Society