Mitchell A. Robinson focuses his practice on labor and employment and commercial litigation matters. Mitch’s litigation experience includes defending and counseling employers with respect to single-plaintiff, collective action, and class action cases involving wage-and-hour claims, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, government investigations, and common law tort and contract cases. He also has wide-ranging experience representing employers in restrictive covenant litigation in both state and federal court, including lawsuits involving breaches of employer’s confidentiality, solicitation, and non-compete covenants and the disclosure of employer’s trade secrets. Mitch regularly provides companies with employment-related advice and often drafts severance agreements and releases, personnel policies, and other employment-related documents.
Prior to joining the firm, Mitch completed a clerkship with the Honorable W. Louis Sands of the Middle District of Georgia. He also has experience addressing state and federal policy matters from his time as a Legislative Assistant for then-United States Representative Edward J. Markey prior to becoming an attorney.