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Protecting your Past, Present and Future

Mitnick Law Office is a Litigation Firm that has developed its’ practice based on the understanding that different clients have different needs. The firm provides representation to individuals considering instituting new litigation, becoming involved with active litigation, or who are entitled to benefits given their inclusion in a current mass tort or class action settlement.

The firm specializes in the areas of complex criminal and civil litigation with primary focus on injury claims, mass tort actions, class action suits, criminal defense and other matters where an individual or group of individuals has sustained substantial injury due to the improper or illegal conduct of another.

The firm has been in the forefront of developing creative theories of liability and creative approaches to representation that have resulted in positive outcomes for hundreds of clients nationwide. The practice is guided upon the belief that justice, passion, and equality apply to all individuals and not just select persons. The firm concentrates its’ practice in the areas of complex civil and criminal litigation.

As the founder and managing member of Mitnick Law Office, Craig Mitnick is known for his work in representing over 1200 retired NFL players who filed suit against the League for concussion related injuries. Mitnick’s innovative approach toward litigation has caused he and the firm to receive national recognition as leaders in the legal community.
Mitnick earned his B.B.A. in finance from Emory University, and his Juris Doctor from the George Washington University School of Law.
Throughout much of his career, Mitnick has received recognition for his contributions to the legal profession and for his accomplishments in the courtroom. Among other honors, he continues to be named a top 100 trial attorney by the National Trial Lawyers; a selected member of  “Top American Lawyers”; one of America’s “Top 100 High Stake litigators” and a chosen Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.



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