Brett Mull
 

Brett Mull assists sophisticated clients in complex commercial litigation across diverse industries. Her clients include agencies facing federal antitrust class action litigation, a leading telecommunications provider dealing with breach of contract litigation, and a development company defending against claims arising out of a long-running dispute.

Brett is a former law clerk to The Honorable Richard L. Gabriel of the Colorado Supreme Court. She has served internships in the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado.

Other Experience

U.S. Attorney’s Office of Colorado, Legal Intern
U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, Judicial Intern for The Honorable R. Brooke Jackson
Level 3 Communications, Legal Administrative Intern

Legal Memberships, Activities, and Honors

Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center
Denver Children’s Home

Personal Interests

Snowboarding, volleyball, camping, yoga, world-travel, and her lab-mix, Canyon


Representative Cases
  • Beltran v. Noonan et al. (D. Colo. 2015) - Represent multiple defendants in a $2.1 billion federal antitrust and labor class action challenging the au pair exchange program administered by the Department of State.
  • Represented a leading telecommunications company in a dispute against a service provider.
  • Drafted the briefing and successfully argued the motion to set aside a default judgment and writ of garnishment entered against WTO's client, an experienced physician. The plaintiff alleged that WTO's client breached a contract to perform medical procedures.
  • Obtained dismissal for Vail Resorts in a case in which the plaintiff sought extensive pre-suit discovery.
  • Obtained complete dismissal of a complaint filed with the Colorado Medical Board against a board-certified ophthalmologist.
  • Obtained dismissal of a complaint filed with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs against WTO's nurse client. After an extensive investigation, DORA dismissed the complaint in a non-appealable, final agency action based upon WTO's response.
  • Represented an executive in a dispute against a business partner.
  • Represent a development company in litigation brought by a municipality related to disputes spanning a decade.
Bar and Court Admissions
  • Colorado
Other Experience

U.S. Attorney’s Office of Colorado, Legal Intern
U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, Judicial Intern for The Honorable R. Brooke Jackson
Level 3 Communications, Legal Administrative Intern

Legal Memberships, Activities, and Honors

Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center
Denver Children’s Home

Government Service

Law Clerk to The Honorable Richard L. Gabriel, Colorado Supreme Court

Personal Interests

Snowboarding, volleyball, camping, yoga, world-travel, and her lab-mix, Canyon

Articles/Presentations
  • Co-authored "Products Liability—Misrepresentation" chapter of the Causes of Action in Colorado book published by the Colorado Bar Association (forthcoming summer 2017).
  • Co-presented "Making Your Message Resonate with the Jury," presented at the Colorado Bar Association's CLE Carrying Your Theme Through to Closing lecture series (January 26, 2017).
Education
  • Cornell University Law School, J.D., 2015, Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, General Editor, Dean’s list
  • University of Colorado, B.A., 2012, Humanities and Anthropology, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Dean’s Scholar Award
Government Service

Law Clerk to The Honorable Richard L. Gabriel, Colorado Supreme Court

Bar and Court Admissions
  • Colorado