A veteran public official, Mr. Mannweiler served in the Indiana House of Representatives for 21 years before joining the firm. For the last decade and a half, he served as the top-elected Republican leader. Elected by his colleagues as Speaker of the House three separate times, Mr. Mannweiler has gained respect for his competence in addressing public concerns and his aggressive reforms of government.
In addition to his experience as a state representative, Mr. Mannweiler also worked for Indianapolis Power & Light Company as senior vice president, external affairs. While working for the utility company, Mr. Mannweiler handled such issues as dealing with the City of Indianapolis and its power needs, negotiating power contracts and advising on federal and national governmental issues. In private practice, he has represented clients in contract negotiations and other employment-related matters, speaking frequently before large and small employers.
Included in The Best Lawyers in America 2007-2019; Best Lawyers’ 2017 Indianapolis Government Relations Practice Lawyer of the Year; Best Lawyers’ 2015 Indianapolis Municipal Law Lawyer of the Year; AV Peer Review rated by Martindale-Hubbell; National Conference of State Legislatures’ Leadership Award; National Federation of Independent Business; Guardian of Small Business Award; Indiana Chamber of Commerce Government Leader of the Year Award
Appointments / Memberships
Officer: National Conference of State Legislatures (past-president, former chair of Program Oversight Subcommittee)
Board of Directors: State Legislative Leaders Foundation; American Enterprise Life Insurance Company; Indiana Repertory Theatre; Indiana University Law School (Board of Visitors); Indiana Economic Development Council
Member: Indianapolis Bar Association; Indianapolis Downtown, Inc.; IU Medical Workforce Task Force; 500 Festival Committee.
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