Michael C. Mulè represents business owners in disputes with others and in business break-ups. He litigates actions primarily in NY, NJ, and CT involving allegations of breach of contract and business torts.
Michael has successfully prosecuted breach of contract and business break-up cases, and restrictive covenant cases. Michael has successfully defended attorneys against Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), fraud, conspiracy and malpractice claims in complex litigation involving over 200 plaintiffs.
Michael has tried cases before juries and judges in federal district courts in New York and in the state courts of New York and New Jersey. He participated in a five-month trial in federal court defending an international bank against RICO, fraud and conversion of collateral claims. Michael also has arbitrated several cases.
Michael has substantial appellate experience as well, having argued appeals in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and in the Appellate Divisions of New York and New Jersey.
Michael has presented on a variety of topics affecting businesses with the goal of minimizing the risk of litigation and has presented to fellow lawyers.
Michael is active in his community. He is past president of the Huntington Lawyers Club and The Townwide Fund of Huntington, Inc., a charity providing funding to organizations serving residents of the Town of Huntington. He was an honoree at the Townwide Fund’s 50th Anniversary Gala. Michael was a past trustee of the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium.
Michael is dedicated to his profession and community, but still finds time for his family. Michael’s passions include golf and reading.