Presentations & Seminars
Paul O. Mullin
Paul’s primary practice area is civil litigation. Paul has conducted jury trials on such claims as construction design defect, wrongful death, defamation, battery, automotive negligence, traumatic brain injury and medical malpractice. He currently represents individuals, businesses, insureds, injured people, and governments in civil litigation. Paul has maintained a statewide practice since 2005.
Paul was selected to defend the Indiana State Fair Commission, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, and the Indiana State Police in the mass litigation ensuing from the August 13, 2011 stage roof collapse at the Indiana State Fair. The lawsuits, which received significant national media coverage, involved now-resolved claims by more than sixty plaintiffs.
Upon graduation from law school, he was awarded the Dean’s Distinguished Service Award for service to the law school. In 2007, Paul served as Assistant Majority Counsel to the Indiana State Senate. In 2009, Paul was named as an “Up and Coming Lawyer” by the publication Indiana Lawyer. From 2009 to 2012, Paul was appointed by the Indianapolis & Marion County City-County Council to serve on the Board of Public Safety, which performs certain public safety oversight functions. He was one of five members on the board and served alongside the Director of Public Safety. In 2020, 2021 and 2022, Paul was named a “Super Lawyer” by Thomson Reuters, a distinction given to only 5% of lawyers in a state. In 2021, Paul was appointed to serve as the Indianapolis & Marion County City-County Council minority caucus attorney.