Mitchell Berry focuses his practice on labor and employment litigation and education law. He prides himself on guiding businesses and schools through difficult situations, standing up for clients in the courtroom whenever necessary.
Mitchell is thorough and strategic in his work and is driven to finding solutions, even in the toughest situations. Having experience working in a prosecutor’s office and in-house for one of the largest mortgage lenders in the Midwest, Mitchell brings a balanced perspective to business clients.
He represents employers facing employment litigation, including disputes over the disclosure of confidential information and violations of restrictive covenants (e.g., non-compete agreements and non-solicitation agreements), as well as in Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)-related issues. He also drafts and responds to written discovery for cases in federal and state courts, and prepares position statements on behalf of employers in response to administrative charges of discrimination and retaliation.
Additionally, Mitchell assists public and private schools (K-12) and higher education, with employment and student disability matters through dispute resolution and in court, as needed.
Professional and Community Involvement
Member, Allen County Bar Association
Former board member, Wellspring Interfaith Social Services
Former volunteer, Volunteer Lawyer Network