Mitchell defends audits and litigates U.S. state and local tax matters before judicial courts and administrative tribunals around the country. He has successfully argued cutting edge, precedential tax matters before state high courts, intermediate appellate courts, and trial courts on behalf of clients obtaining favorable outcomes across a wide range of industries.
He advises clients on all state and local income, gross-receipts, franchise, sales, use, excise, and miscellaneous taxes as well as myriad fees and unclaimed property obligations. He counsels clients on state and local aspects of sophisticated planning and transactional matters, such as acquisitions; dispositions; restructurings; and asset-based financing transactions, including inventory and off-take financing agreements. He has also successfully counseled individuals and estates regarding residency, domicile, and multistate taxability in audits and appeals.
Mitchell was named a Law360 Tax MVP in 2019. He routinely publishes articles on U.S. state and local taxation, which have appeared in leading industry publications such as Tax Executive, The Professional Journal of the Tax Executives Institute; Deal Lawyers; Law360 Tax; the New Jersey Bar Association Taxation Law Section Newsletter; the DealLawyers.com blog; State Tax Notes; COST State Tax Report; Association of Corporate Counsel; and Tax Management’s Multistate Tax Report.