Tom Mixdorf is a partner in the Firm's litigation section. His primary practice area is commercial litigation, including disputes involving supply contracts, antitrust, securities, trade secrets zoning appeals and quiet title actions. He has tried business disputes in state and federal court and has been part of the trial team for many large, document intensive commercial lawsuits.

He is currently the Firm's pro bono coordinator and a past chair of the Firm's Professional Development Committee.

His notable experiences include:
-Representing defendants in antitrust class actions
-Representing commercial clients in contract disputes, including long-term supply agreement
-Representing defendants in securities class actions
-Representing commercial clients in zoning appeals and quiet title actions
-Representing clients actions invovling in trade secrets claims

Tom is a member of the American Bar Association, the Indiana Bar Association and the Indianapolis Bar Association.

He has spoken at seminars on a variety of topics, including the duty of good faith in contracting and class actions.

He received his JD from Indiana University in 1992, summa cum laude, and his BA from the University of Northern Iowa in 1984, graduating with highest honors.
Reported and Representative Cases
  • HDNet LLC v. N. Am. Boxing Council, 972 N.E.2d 920, 921 (Ind. Ct. App. 2012)Cardiac Pacemakers, Inc. v. St. Jude Medical, Inc., WL 925115 (S.D.Ind., 2007)
  • Cardiac Pacemakers, Inc. v. St. Jude Medical, Inc., WL 141923 (S.D.Ind., 2007)
  • City of Carmel v. Martin Marietta Materials, Inc., WL 1827806 (Ind.App., 2006)
  • Cardiac Pacemakers, Inc. v. St. Jude Medical, Inc., WL 517611 (S.D.Ind., 2006)
  • City of Austin Police Retirement System v. ITT Educational Services, Inc., WL 2278123 (S.D.Ind., 2005
  • Cardiac Pacemakers, Inc. v. St. Jude Medical, Inc., WL 1070681 (S.D.Ind., 2005)
  • Wildman v. National Fire and Marine Ins. Co., WL 851340 (Ind.App., 1998)
  • Shaw v. Prentice Hall Computer Pub., Inc., WL 437320 (C.A.7 Ind., 1998)
  • InterMedical Supplies Ltd. v. EBI Medical Systems, Inc., WL 53883 (D.N.J., 1997)
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