- 4.5/5.0 (1 review)
Richard Mulligan is dedicated in providing caring competent advocacy. He values his profession and takes great satisfaction in assisting clients with the legal problems and opportunities they face. He prides himself in being accessible, responsive and prompt in meeting their needs. Mr. Mulligan is a hands-on attorney assisted by an excellent staff.
Mr. Mulligan was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, on November 26, 1942 and attended Rutgers Preparatory School. He received a B.S. in economics from Villanova University in 1965, and a J.D. from Rutgers Law School in 1968. Mr. Mulligan has been licensed in Wyoming since 1981 and licensed in the state of New Jersey since 1968.Phi Alpha Delta. Middlesex County Prosecuting Attorney, 1970-1971, Municipal Court Judge, 1972-1973, New Jersey. Mayor City of New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1974-1978. Member, Board of Directors: New Brunswick Tomorrow, 1975-1978; New Brunswick Development Corporation, 1975-1978.
4.8/5.0 Rated on 04/04/11 in Debtor and Creditor.
Our situation stemmed from a nonpaying customer. Mr. Mulligan and his staff helped us to lien his property and get a partial payment from the customer. In that we did not get full payment, he helped us to negate our warranty due to unresponsiveness o... Read more
Our situation stemmed from a nonpaying customer. Mr. Mulligan and his staff helped us to lien his property and get a partial payment from the customer. In that we did not get full payment, he helped us to negate our warranty due to unresponsiveness of the customer and his attorney. For a bad situation, it worked out far better with their assistance than it would have without. Read lessRead less
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