Mitchell Clark has 30 years of experience in civil trial law with emphasis on commercial litigation, business litigation, business formations and contracts. He has litigated cases involving hundreds of millions of dollars and has extensive experience in class action litigation, contract law, fiduciary litigation and oil & gas cases.

Mitchell’s lifelong dedication to public service is evident in his law enforcement and military service. He has been a police officer in Nueces County Constable operations since 1981.  Mitchell is the Constable emeritus of Pct. 2 in Nueces County.  Mitchell is licensed by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and holds a Master Peace Officers license.

Mitchell served in the United States Marine Corps as an MP/Correctional Specialist. He also saw duty as a highly-prestigious USMC Drill Instructor in San Diego. Mitchell was honorably discharged with the rank of Sergeant.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email Mitchell. An initial consultation is available at no cost to you. Depending on the case, the Firm is available to handle your legal matters on an hourly or contingency basis.

Mitchell is licensed by the State Bar of Texas, the State Bar of Tennessee, and is also admitted to practice before the US District Courts for the Southern and Western districts of Texas, and the United States Supreme Court.

Mitchell Clark

MR. CLARK’S notable CASES include:

Case 1 of 8

Toni Sylvester, Gretchen Pappas and Julie Hall, each individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated v. DaimlerChrysler Corporation; in the Court of Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Class Action.

Case 2 of 8

TARYN SMITH, Individually and as Personal Representative of the Estate of Kristin Smith, Deceased, v. DaimlerChrysler Corporation, a corporation; Honeywell International, a corporation, f/k/a AlliedSignal, Inc., a corporation d/b/a Allied Bendrix; Breed Automotive of Florida, Inc., a corporation; Maroone Dodge, a Florida corporation; Auto Nation Dodge of North Phoenix d/b/a Lou Grubb Dodge of Phoenix, a Florida corporation; Alamo Rent A Car, a Florida corporation and Cartemps USA, a Florida corporation. Class Action.

Case 3 of 8

In re Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) Antitrust Litigation, United States District Court—Northern District of California; Master File No. M02-1486 PJH, MDL No. 1486. Class Action

Case 4 of 8

Civil Action No. M-03-146; Jose Torres, et al vs. Associates First Capital Corporation, In the United States District Court Southern District of Texas McAllen Division. Class Action

Case 5 of 8

Cause No. 01-61549-4, Adam Gross on behalf of himself and others similarly situated vs. FVNB Corp., Michael S. Anderson, O.D. Edwards, Jr., David P. Engel, David M. Gaddis, Walter T. Haenggi, Robert L. Halepeska, Thomas Lane Keller, James Robert McCan, J. E. McCord, Thomas M. O’Connor and Roger Welder. In the United States District Court Southern District of Texas Victoria Division. Class Action

Case 6 of 8

Civil Action No. B-02-004; In Re The Complaint and Petition of American Commercial Lines, LLC as Owner and American Commercial Barge Lines, LLC, As Charterer of the Barges NM-315, VLB-9182, ACL-9933B. VLB-9173, and In a Cause of Exoneration from or Limitation of Liability; United States District Court, Southern District of Texas.

Case 7 of 8

Cause No. 03-60539-2; Sandy Surber, et al. vs. GTECH Corporation and Defendant Scientific Games International, Inc. , In the County Court at Law Number Two, Nueces County, Texas. Texas Class Action

Case 8 of 8

Rafael Lorenzana and Norma Lorenzana et. al., C-5696-99-B, In the District Court of Hidalgo County, Texas.