Mitchell Berger has been litigating high-value commercial and enforcement disputes for more than 35 years throughout the US, for plaintiffs and defendants, against private parties and government entities. He has tried numerous cases to judgment before judges and juries and has argued in most federal and several state appellate courts.
He regularly counsels US and overseas financial institutions, multinational corporations and foreign governments, agencies and officials. He also represents targets and witnesses before committees of the US Congress, federal enforcement agencies and grand juries.
Mitch serves as global co-chair of our Litigation Practice. Before joining the firm, he was an assistant US attorney in Washington DC and a trial lawyer at the US Department of Justice, where he represented the government in major civil litigation in trial and appellate courts.
Harvard Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1979
University of Pennsylvania, M.A., B.A., summa cum laude, 1976