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Mr. Mullins represents emerging businesses and established organizations in the areas of corporate, securities and general business law. Mr. Mullins has advised clients on a diverse range of issues, with an emphasis on business formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities transactions and venture capital financings.


Prior to joining Scheef & Stone, Mr. Mullins served as in-house counsel for HBK Investments, a hedge fund investment manager, and in private practice with Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian, Vinson & Elkins and Hughes & Luce.


  • Member, State Bar of Texas
  • Member, M&A Council of the Business Law Section


  • Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, Washington & Lee University School of Law, 1996
  • Bachelor of Arts., summa cum laude, Rhodes College, (Honors in Philosophy), 1993


  • Washington & Lee Law Review, Lead Articles Editor (1995 – 1996), Contributor (1996) and Staffwriter (1994 – 1995)
  • First in class at Rhodes College, 1993
  • Peyton Nalle Rhodes Phi Beta Kappa Prize (highest academic honor awarded by Rhodes College), 1993
  • Phi Beta Kappa (only member of Rhodes College class inducted in junior year), 1992
  • Laurence F. Kinney Prize in Philosophy, 1993

Practice Areas

  • Contract Drafting & Negotiation
  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Reorganization
  • Entity Selection & Business Formation
  • Joint Ventures & Partnerships
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Venture Capital Transactions
  • Corporate Finance
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Private Offerings


  • State Bar of Texas

Recent Speeches

  • Collin County Bench Bar Conference – 2013 – “Don’t Worry – I Trust Him”: Helping Your Client Prepare for Partner Disputes and Divorces
  • Collin County Bar Association Civil Litigation and Appellate Section – 2016 – “What Do You Mean I’m Personally Liable?”: Avoiding – and Capitalizing on – the Consequences of Business Entity Forfeitures
  • State Bar of Texas Contract Drafting, Review, and Negotiation – 2017 – “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?”: Using Negotiations to Enhance Client Relationships
  • Collin County Bar Association Civil Litigation and Appellate Section -2018 – “Wait – I’m Not Dead Yet!” (The Curious – and Often Confusing – World of Entity Terminations and Forfeitures in the State of Texas)