Mark M. Mikhaiel

Mark M. Mikhaiel

Partner

216.696.4200 x1128
mmikhaiel@sssb-law.com


Biography

Mark Mikhaiel joined the firm in 2018. Mark has extensive experience handling various aspects of commercial litigation, including shareholder, fiduciary and business tort litigation; probate litigation; UCC contract disputes and non-medical professional malpractice matters. Mark is experienced in addressing potential claims from development through discovery, mediation, trial and appeal.

Prior to joining SSSB, Mark worked at a premier advocacy law firm, Levin & Associates, in Cleveland. There, he successfully handled many cases, ranging from antitrust to securities violations, from contract breach to tortious interference, from theft of intellectual property to breach of fiduciary duty, from accounting irregularities to due-diligence failures by financial advisors, a variety of matters involving negligent or intentional misconduct, as well as claims of unfair business practices.

Licensed to Practice

Ohio,New York,Ontario Canada

Education

  • Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2013, J.D.
  • University of Toronto, 2010, B.S.

Admissions & Associations

  • State of Ohio
  • State of New York
  • Province of Ontario
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Member, Ohio State Bar Association
  • Member, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association

Awards & Honors

Martindale-Hubbell 2021

Community Activities

  • Volunteer, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association 3Rs Program
  • Counsel, St. Mary & St. John Coptic Orthodox Monastery

Recent Articles & Presentations

Articles:

  • The Attorney-Client Privilege: Three’s A Crowd? The Ohio Probate Law Journal, April 2020
  • The Attorney-Client Privilege: Considerations for Legal Administrators, Association of Legal Administrators, Cleveland, Ohio March 2020
  • How Law Firms Can Empower Younger Attorneys for Success, Association of Legal Administrators, Cleveland, Ohio February 2020
  • Ethical Considerations for Officers Of The Court, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal, December 2019
  • Who is the Client in the Attorney-Client Relationship? Schneider Smeltz Spieth Bell LLP Fall Connections, Cleveland, Ohio November 2019
  • A Solution to access to Justice: Pro Bono Requirement for Admission to the Ohio Bar, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal, June 2019
  • The Dangers of the Reference Question: SCOTUS vs. SCC, Canada-United States Law Journal, 2016

 

Presentations:

  • Presenter, The Attorney Client Privilege: Three’s A Crowd, Akron Bar Association CLE Webinar, February 2021
  • Presenter, The Attorney-Client Privilege: Three’s a Crowd? Considerations for Estate Planning Attorneys, 47th Annual Estate Planning Institute, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, October 2020

 

Areas of Practice

Licensed to Practice

Ohio,New York,Ontario Canada

Awards & Recognition

Mark M. Mikhaiel
Mark M. Mikhaiel
Partner
216.696.4200 x1128
mmikhaiel@sssb-law.com

Biography

Mark Mikhaiel joined the firm in 2018. Mark has extensive experience handling various aspects of commercial litigation, including shareholder, fiduciary and business tort litigation; probate litigation; UCC contract disputes and non-medical professional malpractice matters. Mark is experienced in addressing potential claims from development through discovery, mediation, trial and appeal.

Prior to joining SSSB, Mark worked at a premier advocacy law firm, Levin & Associates, in Cleveland. There, he successfully handled many cases, ranging from antitrust to securities violations, from contract breach to tortious interference, from theft of intellectual property to breach of fiduciary duty, from accounting irregularities to due-diligence failures by financial advisors, a variety of matters involving negligent or intentional misconduct, as well as claims of unfair business practices.

Licensed to Practice

Ohio,New York,Ontario Canada

Areas of Practice

  • Litigation
  • Business/Commercial Litigation
  • Employment Litigation
  • Trust, Estate, and Probate Litigation

Education

  • Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2013, J.D.
  • University of Toronto, 2010, B.S.

Admissions & Associations

  • State of Ohio
  • State of New York
  • Province of Ontario
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Member, Ohio State Bar Association
  • Member, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
Mark M. Mikhaiel
Partner
216.696.4200 x1128
mmikhaiel@sssb-law.com

Awards & Honors

Martindale-Hubbell 2021

Community Activities

  • Volunteer, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association 3Rs Program
  • Counsel, St. Mary & St. John Coptic Orthodox Monastery

Recent Articles & Presentations

Articles:

  • The Attorney-Client Privilege: Three’s A Crowd? The Ohio Probate Law Journal, April 2020
  • The Attorney-Client Privilege: Considerations for Legal Administrators, Association of Legal Administrators, Cleveland, Ohio March 2020
  • How Law Firms Can Empower Younger Attorneys for Success, Association of Legal Administrators, Cleveland, Ohio February 2020
  • Ethical Considerations for Officers Of The Court, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal, December 2019
  • Who is the Client in the Attorney-Client Relationship? Schneider Smeltz Spieth Bell LLP Fall Connections, Cleveland, Ohio November 2019
  • A Solution to access to Justice: Pro Bono Requirement for Admission to the Ohio Bar, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal, June 2019
  • The Dangers of the Reference Question: SCOTUS vs. SCC, Canada-United States Law Journal, 2016

 

Presentations:

  • Presenter, The Attorney Client Privilege: Three’s A Crowd, Akron Bar Association CLE Webinar, February 2021
  • Presenter, The Attorney-Client Privilege: Three’s a Crowd? Considerations for Estate Planning Attorneys, 47th Annual Estate Planning Institute, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, October 2020