MITCHELL REED SUSSMAN, born and raised in Brooklyn, New York in 1973 he graduated from George Washington University with a Bachelor of Business Administration. He came to the west coast upon graduation from GW and in 1976 he graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law with Juris Doctorate.
Listed in “Who’s Who In America,” he has practiced bankruptcy, real estate, business and entertainment law in Beverly Hills, Newport Beach and Palm Springs, California since 1977.
He is a licensed real estate broker and former president of both the Orange County and Riverside County Bankruptcy sections and is a member of the California State Bar's litigation section.
He has lectured on the subject of bankruptcy and foreclosure since the early 80's including as a bankruptcy panelist at the prestigious Benjamin Croker Symposium for the Real Property Section of the Los Angeles County Bar at the Beverly Hilton.
In 1984, he co-founded Raven Productions, Inc a television production company producing shows for PBS, ESPN, Travel Channel, Fox Sports Net and many others.
In 1999 he created PSTV Partners, LLC and engineered the acquisition of an FCC broadcast license for that company for the purpose of building the first television station dedicated to broadcasting an over the air PBS signal to Palm Springs and the desert resorts to be known as KVCR Desert Cities Public Television which is seen over the air and on Time Warner cable, channel 9.
Today he specializes in real estate, bankruptcy, business and entertainment litigation with a long list of business, real estate and entertainment clients.