Michael G. Mullin
Michael G. Mullin
Michael G. Mullin, a partner in the firm's Omaha, Nebraska office, serves as Chair for Kutak Rock LLP's ADR Neutrals Group.
is presently mediating approximately 300 disputes per year, and over 2,300 overall in a variety of states.
In the 15 years in which Mr. Mullin has served as a mediator, he has settled over 90% of his mediated disputes.
is willing to travel across the country to conduct mediations, and offers national experience at Midwest rates in virtually all types of civil disputes.
has successfully mediated class action disputes, FLSA collective actions, Superfund CERCLA cost recovery actions, FELA claims, catastrophic injury cases, professional negligence disputes, construction disputes, intellectual property disputes, shareholder disputes and a wide range of commercial and business disputes.
As a mediator, Mr. Mullin has been repeatedly recognized by Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA.
was named Omaha's ADR Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers in America in its 2011 publication, and Omaha's Mediation Lawyer of the Year in 2014.
Benchmark Litigation has repeatedly named Mr. Mullin
a Local Litigation Star.
Its 2011 edition quoted a peer as stating: "Mike
is hands down the best at leading mediations on all kinds of cases.
Its 2012 edition quoted a competitor as stating that Mr. Mullin was "the best mediator in the state.
was recognized in 2011, 2013, and 2014 by inclusion into the International Who's Who of Commercial Mediators, a recognition limited to fewer than 100 mediators in the United States.
is the first and only Nebraska mediator inducted into the prestigious International Academy of Mediators and the American College of Civil Trial Mediators
He is also a certified member of the American Academy of ADR Attorneys and a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals.
has been named by his
peers to be a Great Plains SuperLawyer and Corporate Counsel Edition SuperLawyer.
Mr. Mullin is a member of neutral panels that include Resolute Systems, Inc.
Systems of America, and Mediation Works, Inc.
Mr. Mullin's mediation experience has been complemented by his three decades of experience as a trial lawyer, during which he was inducted into the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), and Litigation Counsel of America (LCA). (He has since resigned from the IADC and LCA due to his transition to a full-time mediation practice.) Mr. Mullin has been active in numerous law-related and civic organizations, and has previously served as President of the Omaha Bar Association.
r. Mullin has served for many years as an elected member of the Nebraska State Bar Association House of Delegates, where he has served on numerous committees and chaired several committees.
He was also a founding member of the Nebraska Mediation Association, and previously served as Chair of the ADR Section of the Nebraska State Bar Association.