Derek Mullins is a Shareholder practicing in Butzel's Detroit office. Mr. Mullins focuses on federal procurement law and litigating complex commercial, real estate, class action, antitrust, and administrative law matters in state and federal courts.

Overview

Derek Mullins is a Shareholder practicing in Butzel’s Detroit office. Mr. Mullins focuses on federal procurement law and litigating complex commercial, real estate, class action, antitrust, and administrative law matters in state and federal courts. He advises government contractors on a wide range of federal procurement matters, including bid protests and post-contract claims, prime-sub disputes, False Claims Act issues, SBA issues, data rights, compliance and ethics, and subcontracts and teaming agreements. Mr. Mullins also has experience assisting companies with internal investigations and in responding to civil and criminal inquiries by federal and state agencies.

Mr. Mullins is a graduate from Columbia Law School. 

Speaking Engagements

  • “Introduction to Intellectual Property Issues in Government Contracts,” ABA Webinar; “Government IP – The Rules Keep A Changing” (2016)
  • “Intellectual Property Rights in Government Contracting: A Review of the Key Regulations Affecting DOD and Civilian-Agency Procurements and Significant Recent Developments,” Presentation to National Contract Management Association, Free State Chapter (2013)

Credentials

Education

Columbia Law School: 2010

Brown University: B.A. Political Science: 2006

Admissions

Memberships

  • American Bar Association – Section of Public Contract Law: State and Local Procurement Division, Co-Chair

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