Mark T. Mitchell

Partner, Litigation
3000 One American Center
600 Congress Avenue
Austin, Texas 78701
t 512.542.7072 f 512.542.7272

Mark Mitchell leads the commercial litigation team for Gardere's Austin office. Mark’s litigation and appellate experience can be best described as impressively diverse. He has litigated and arbitrated a variety of complex commercial cases in both federal and state courts on behalf of both corporate and individual clients, whether plaintiff or defendant. Mark primarily represents clients in disputes involving IP (intellectual property) litigation, corporate and partnership governance, construction litigation, contracts and business torts.

Well-recognized as an appeals attorney, Mark has successfully argued cases in many of the intermediate Texas Courts of Appeal, the Supreme Courts of Texas and New Mexico, and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. In addition, Mark coordinates the Firm's local counsel relationships with national trial counsel for litigation in the Western District of Texas and Travis County, Texas. He has extensive experience as an advocate in binding arbitration, and is a qualified impartial third party mediator in the state of Texas.

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