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Get to Know Attorney William Mulvey, Jr. of Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey

Attorney William Mulvey, Jr. of Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey in New Hampshire is a recognized name in legal circles across the nation. Ever since graduating as a 1976 Cum Laude Graduate of Suffolk University Law School, he has been championing for his clients – both plaintiffs and defendants – through litigation, arbitration, and mediation. But what makes Attorney Mulvey, Jr. truly outstanding in his field that you might not already know about him?

Special Titles, Awards & Recognitions

In his decades of legal experience, Attorney Mulvey, Jr. has seen a difficult case or three. Successfully managing these cases and prioritizing his clients' best interests throughout them has caught the attention of a wide variety of professional organizations and official legal groups. With recognition comes awards, titles, and memberships, many of which cannot be claimed by most other personal injury attorneys in New Hampshire.

To list some of Attorney William Mulvey's most impressive memberships, titles, and awards:

  • Special Master, U.S. District Court
  • Mediator, U.S. District Court
  • Chairperson, NH Supreme Court Dispute Resolution Arbitration Subcommittee (20 years)
  • "Top 500 Judges in America" by Law Dragon on Public or Private Benches
  • "Best Lawyers in America" (2007 – 2019 editions)
  • "Top New Hampshire Attorney" by New Hampshire Magazine
  • AV Rated® by Martindale-Hubbell®
  • "New Hampshire Mediator of the Year"
  • Super Lawyers® New England
  • "Top Tier Lawyer in America" by U.S. News & World Reports
  • New Hampshire and Vermont bars

Wide Array of Case Types

Many legal professionals can claim to be skilled in a single type of case, such as car accidents. Few can not only say they are skilled in a wide variety of different case types, but also back the claim up with actual case results. Attorney William Mulvey, Jr., though, is one such multitalented lawyer who can assist his clients in all types of injury-related cases, especially complex matters that make other law firms turn away.

A few examples of difficult cases he has taken and tried, all the way to Federal District Courts:

  • ERISA litigation
  • Business venture disputes
  • Termination of automobile franchise
  • Fire and explosion litigation
  • Toxic liability litigation

In-Depth Involvement in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Perhaps what makes Attorney Mulvey a common name among his legal peers for more than any other reason is his extensive history with alternative dispute resolution. For more than 30 years, he has been heavily involved with ADR cases, working with plaintiffs and defendants, as well as acting as a neutral arbitrator. He has played a crucial role in ADR processes that shaped how similar cases were handled across the country. For example, he assisted in the creation of the Manville Personal Injury Settlement Trust Fund for Resolution of the National Asbestos Litigation processes. He has also mediated eight-figure claims in multiple states, from Florida to Maine.

Would you like to know more about what makes Attorney William Mulvey, Jr. a unique name in New Hampshire law firms and beyond? Please feel free to contact our law firm at 888.879.4109. If you need the help of a personal injury lawyer for a claim of your own, schedule aFREE case evaluation to begin.

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