At the beginning of December, Venable announced the addition of David Mullon
as counsel to firm's Legislative and Government Affairs Practice in Washington, DC. Mullon's practice focuses on a broad array of issues impacting various Native American tribes throughout the country with a particular emphasis on energy, water, land use, natural resources, environmental, and healthcare law, and legislative affairs. Prior to joining to Venable, Mullon served as Chief Counsel to the National Congress of American Indians, Minority Staff Director and Chief Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Counsel to the Cherokee Nation, and Attorney General of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
Multiple publications featured Mullon’s move to Venable including the Washington Business Journal
on December 12, American Lawyer
on December 14, The Deal Pipeline
on December 15, The Hill
on December 16, Washington Post
on December 22, and Cherokee Phoenix
on December 23.