Samuel Mullin


  • Overview


    Sam Mullin is a partner in the Business Transactions Practice Group. He represents private equity funds and their sponsors, managers, and portfolio companies, as well as closely held businesses in various industries. He has represented these clients in negotiating, documenting, and closing acquisitions, sales, financings, recapitalizations, joint ventures, private placements, and limited offerings. 

    Mr. Mullin also acts as general counsel to privately held and investment fund-backed companies and has substantial experience in a broad range of general commercial matters, including licensing and distribution of technologies and technology-oriented products, distribution and marketing agreements, and employment matters. 

  • Experience
    • Experience


        Mergers and Acquisitions

      • Represented Kerk Motion Products, Inc., a manufacturer of linear motion control products, and its stockholders in the sale of all outstanding common stock and warrants to the portfolio company of a private equity firm.

      • Other Experiences

      • Representation of companies formed by Fulham Investors II L.P. in the acquisition of substantially all of the assets of a Canadian corporation and its U.S. affiliate, manufacturers of architectural sealants and expansion joints for the commercial construction industry.
      • Mergers and Acquisitions

      • Represented a NYSE- and NASDAQ-listed company providing integrated financial information and analytical applications to the global investment community concerning its acquisition of a market research firm focused on advisor-sold investment and insurance products. Robinson & Cole advised the client on the tax risks and benefits of various transaction structures, designed and analyzed the tax and general corporate aspects of the pre-sale restructuring, and assisted in negotiating corresponding provisions in the purchase agreement relating to indemnities and purchase price adjustments. Robinson & Cole’s benefits group provided analysis on various 409A and 280G issues and developed various corrective actions, and advised on the design of the incentives and agreements for key employees.

    • Professional Associations

      Professional Associations

      American Bar Association

      Boston Bar Association

      American Bar Association
      Business Law Section, Cyberspace Law Committee
      Business Law Section, Negotiated Acquisitions Committee
    • Community Involvement

      Community Involvement

      Children's Trust Fund of Massachusetts
      Board of Directors

      Town of Hingham
      Water Supply Committee