Published On: Tue, Sep 24th, 2019

Marshall Grant, PLLC Welcomes New Attorney, Gregory Mitchell

Marshall Grant, PLLC, one of South Florida’s leaders in corporate real estate law, bankruptcy, and restructuring, proudly announced that Gregory Mitchell has joined the firm as a litigation attorney.  Mr. Mitchell brings a wealth of experience in business law, real estate law, complex commercial litigation, estates and trusts.

“Greg is one of the most respected local attorneys dealing with commercial litigation matters, he has achieved numerous large settlements and victories for clients.  He has helped close multi-million-dollar transactions and real estate deals, ensuring that his clients’ interests are protected,” said Adam Marshall, co-Founder and Member of Marshall Grant, PLLC.  “Greg’s diverse legal background allows him to cater to the differing needs of our transactional clients, while providing viable solutions when a client’s rights demand enforcement and protection.”

Mr. Mitchell joins Marshall Grant from a boutique law firm in Palm Beach Gardens.  His family is considered “royalty” in the city of Boca Raton with five generations of Mitchell’s calling Boca home.  His great grandfather, J.C. Mitchell and wife Floy, moved to Boca in 1923, helped build the old City Hall and was Mayor for over 10 years.

“I was eager to get back to Boca Raton, a city where I was born and raised, and where my family has such strong ties.  The Marshall Grant culture of focusing more on the client rather than billable hours was so attractive and unique to this industry,” said Gregory Mitchell.  “Also, the firm’s dedication to supporting the local community was pivotal in my decision.”

Mr. Mitchell received his law degree from University of Florida’s Levin College of Law and was awarded the outstanding achievement pro bono certificate.  He lives in Boca Raton with his wife and son and is active in the community through his involvement at Boca Raton Community Church, BocaLead, and volunteering with other local charities including Boca Hoops, Boca Helping Hands, and Habitat for Humanity.

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