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David(Mittleman) vs. Goliath: Representing Victims of Sexual Assault Against Faceless Institutions

Published by Michigan Association for Justice


Summary

David Mittleman shares his insight on representing survivors of sexual assault after being retained by 111 of 333 young girls and women in the largest university sexual assault scandal. After 34 years as a trial lawyer on the side of people, he will discuss the recognition, investigation, long-term patience, and discretion involved in handling these type of cases. Additionally, he will cover how he was able to be part of the team to be retained by 1/3 of the survivors who reached a $500 million settlement with MSU, many with claims still pending against USAG and USOC.

Presenters
David Mittleman
David grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and attended the University of Pittsburgh and Duquesne University where he graduated with a B.S. in Pharmacy. He worked as a full-time registered pharmacist for two years until moving to Michigan to pursue his education in law.

While attending Thomas M. Cooley Law School, David worked part-time with the law firm of ChurchWyble, P.C., now Grewal Law PLLC, until he graduated in 1985. At that time, he began working with the firm full-time,...More


Originally Published

August 14, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • David(Mittleman) vs. Goliath: Representing Victims of Sexual Assault Against Faceless Institutions
  • David(Mittleman) vs. Goliath: Representing Victims of Sexual Assault Against Faceless Institutions - Paper

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