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Mariah S. Mumford

Associate
Office

Birmingham

151 S. Old Woodward
Suite 200
Birmingham, MI 48009
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Fax: +12489881832
Education
J.D., summa cum laude, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, Detroit, Michigan, Dean's Scholarship Recipient
B.A., summa cum laude, Finlandia University, Hancock, Michigan
State Bar Licenses
Michigan

Mariah S. Mumford

Associate

Mariah Mumford represents clients in the areas of commercial litigation, products liability, intellectual property, and entertainment law.

Mariah represents business entities involved in an array of legal issues, including warranty disputes, supply chain matters, contract disputes, shareholder oppression claims, and trade secret disputes. As a litigator, Mariah has successfully obtained favorable jury verdicts and arbitration awards for her clients.

She also regularly counsels clients on product liability issues on a national basis. Mariah litigates product liability matters by defending retailers and manufacturers of hunting, outdoor, and recreational products, including treestands, firearms, crossbows, arrows, and safety harnesses. She also has experience with products utilized in the tree care industry and the petroleum industry, including stump grinders, log splitters, forestry skidders, downhole pumps, and magnetos.

Mariah provides a broad range of services for clients involved in the arts and sciences. She helps creators, athletes, inventors, musicians, artists, innovators, business entities, and universities protect their intellectual property rights and interests. As a litigator, Mariah has helped clients receive favorable outcomes in trademark infringement, trade dress infringement, copyright infringement, and patent infringement matters throughout the United States. She also assists clients in the entertainment field with issues involving impersonation, assignments, nondisclosure agreements, royalties, licenses, recording agreements, and publishing agreements.

Practice Areas
Litigation