Mitchell Jagodinski joins the Diaz Reus Miami office

Miami, October 24, 2022 – Diaz Reus International Law Firm, headquartered in Miami, announced today that Mitchell Jagodinski has joined its headquarters as an Associate Attorney.

Prior to joining DRT, Mitchell worked at a Supreme Court litigation firm and made frequent contributions as an author for SCOTUSblog. Mitchell earned a B.B.A. in Economics and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. During law school, he served as an Articles Editor on the Penn State Law Review and graduated cum laude from The Pennsylvania State University.

Mr. Jagodinski has lived and worked in Wisconsin, Alaska, China, California, Pennsylvania, and now makes Miami, Florida his home. Starting his career in marketing and brand management, Mitchell prides himself on his storytelling abilities, which he now applies to the litigation context. Mitchell brings his talents to DRT, where he will focus his practice on complex commercial litigation.

Mitchell Jagodinski commented: “I am excited to begin my legal career in Miami and couldn’t be happier with the firm that I landed at and the talented team of attorneys that I now have the pleasure of working with.”

Michael Diaz, Jr., Global Managing Partner, added: “We are delighted to welcome Mitchell to our firm, where he has already made significant contributions.”

Diaz Reus International Law Firm (DRT) operates a full-service law firm on five continents, across 33 offices in key business centers, offering a global practice centered around national and international parallel proceedings and business transactions, and includes Board Certified lawyers in International Litigation & Arbitration, International Law, and Immigration & Nationality Law. DRT practices in the following broad areas: sovereign immunity, trade, commerce, finance; fraud, civil litigation and arbitration, asset identification, location, tracing and recovery, crypto currency, white collar crime, regulatory and criminal investigations, and defense in matters of corruption, bribery, anti-money laundering, OFAC, CAATSA, Specially Designated Nationals, the Magnitsky Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Bank Secrecy Act, and politically sensitive investigations including the recovery of U.S. immigration status and visas.

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