Craig R. Mitnick is a distinguished personal injury litigator based in Haddonfield, New Jersey and Philadelphia, PA. As the founder and managing partner of Mitnick Law Office, LLC, he is known for his work in representing 1,400 retired NFL players who were subjected to traumatic brain injury in the NFL Concussion Litigation. With three decades of experience, Mr. Mitnick has been recognized by organizations such as the National Trial Lawyers and the American Society of Legal Advocates as one the nation’s leading authorities in the fields of civil and criminal complex litigation.
After earning his B.B.A. in finance from Emory University, he attended the George Washington University School of Law. Subsequent to earning his Juris Doctor, Mr. Mitnick joined the public sector, working as an Assistant Prosecutor in two separate counties in the state of New Jersey and acted as a certified instructor of law and procedure at two countywide police academies.
Focusing on complex litigation, Mr. Mitnick represents individuals falsely accused of criminal activity and takes on a broad range of civil matters for clients who have sustained substantial injury due to the improper or illegal conduct of another.
Throughout his career, Mr. Mitnick has received much recognition for his contributions to the legal profession and his accomplishments in the courtroom. Among other honors, he was named an Executive committee member of the National Trial Lawyers “Top 100 Attorneys” from 2014 through 2017; was inducted into the "Top American Lawyers" in 2016; became a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum in 2017 and is rated Distinguished by Martindale-Hubbell®. Additionally, Mr. Mitnick spent 4 years as a contracted legal analyst for Fox News Channel, numerous Fox station affiliates, as well as for Fox News Radio, and CBS.
Beyond his current complex litigation practice, Mitnick is developed an interest in environmental mass tort actions and right of privacy violations.
Mitnick received his BBA in finance from Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia) and subsequently received his Juris Doctor from the George Washington University School of Law (Washington DC).
Mitnick began his career as an Assistant Prosecutor in two separate counties within New Jersey. During the same time period, he also acted as a certified instructor of law and procedure at two countywide police academies.
After leaving the public sector, Mitnick entered the private practice of law and founded Mitnick Law Office, LLC. The firm specializes in complex civil and criminal litigation.
Mitnick was contracted as an on-air legal analyst for Fox News Channel, Fox Radio Network, and CBS
Within his litigation practice, Mitnick focuses on complex litigation. He represents in excess of 1400 retired NFL players who sued the National Football League for concussion related injuries. Most recently, he filed a mass tort environmental action against Fortune 500 Company, Sherwin-Williams. The suit alleges illegal dumping and cancer related injuries.
In April 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Mitnick was named one of the top 100 criminal trial attorneys in the country by "The National Trial Lawyers". Additionally, he sits on the Executive Committee of national organization.
In 2017 Mitnick was accepted into the exclusive organizations, "Top American Lawyers" and the "Million Dollar Advocates Forum".
Additionally, Mitnick is a member of the "National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys", "Lawyers of Distinction", the "National Trial Lawyers top 100", the "American Bar Association", the "New Jersey Bar Association" and the "Pennsylvania Bar Association".Specialties include complex civil and criminal litigation, trial strategy and public speaking.
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