About Attorney Greg Mullanax
M. Greg Mullanax is an employee rights attorney in Fresno, California.
Greg attended the University of Texas at Arlington from 1982-1985 and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history with a minor in Russian. Greg went to law school at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento from 1988-1991 and received his Juris Doctor degree and was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1991.
Greg is a former deputy attorney general in Nevada, where he represented the Nevada Highway Patrol and the Department of Motor Vehicles and handled cases all throughout Nevada, including Reno, Carson City, Las Vegas, Elko, Winnemucca and Fallon.
Greg is admitted to practice law in California, Nevada, Texas, Colorado and the District of Columbia. Greg is also admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court, the Federal District Court of Appeals and the United States District Courts in the following districts: Eastern District of California, Central District of California, Northern District of California, the District of Nevada and the Northern District of Texas. Greg is also admitted to practice before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
Greg has had over 24 years of trial experience including dozens of criminal misdemeanor and felony criminal trials, civil trials and administrative hearings from local school districts through civil service commissions, the California Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board and the Merit Systems Protection Board. Greg has actively practiced in California, Nevada and Texas in the areas of criminal prosecution and defense, family law, civil litigation including personal injury and employment law as well as workers’ compensation.
Now based in Fresno, California, Greg has been recognized as one of the top civil litigators in Fort Worth, Texas and is a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association, the Federal Bar Association and the Fresno County Bar Association. Greg is also a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Bar Pro Bono College and the Pro Bono Panel of the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California. Greg is also a member of the Labor & Employment Section of the State Bar of California.
Greg was a member and Secretary of the 2013-14 Fresno County Grand Jury and served as the foreperson of the 2014-15 Fresno County Grand Jury.
Greg loves history and the law and is in the process of organizing and preserving information related to very significant trials of the past which are now being forgotten in history. Greg is accumulating information of all kinds such as transcripts, newspaper and magazine articles, books and the like relating to the State of Texas v. Jack Ruby from 1964 in Dallas and the 1979 trial, People v. Daniel James White, in San Francisco. Greg has traveled from Fresno to Washington, D.C. to Texas and all over California gathering information, including trial transcripts, including visits to the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, the San Francisco Public Library and the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas. Greg’s goal is to make all of this information available on a website so law students, attorneys and others can learn from these fascinating but forgotten cases. Greg is also working on an oral history project on the Dan White case.
On November 15, 2017, the United States District Court, Eastern District of California, awarded Greg with the Eastern District of California’s Joe Ramsey Award for Excellence in Pro Bono Service in recognition of Greg’s work for the Court’s Pro Bono Panel.
A former defense attorney, Greg now exclusively represents employees in employment and civil rights litigation.
Recent Jury Verdicts:
- Charlotte Turina v. Pacific Convenience & Fuels, LLC, October 2013, Contra Costa County Superior Court, Judge Laurel Brady: Age Discrimination under FEHA and Wrongful Termination in Violation of Public Policy.
- Jury Verdict (unanimous): $323,600.00 + Court awarded attorney’s fees
- Mckinley Nou v. Children’s Hospital Central California, October 2014, Fresno County Superior Court, Judge John Vogt: Invasion of Privacy, Wrongful Termination in Violation of Public Policy and Defamation.
- Jury Verdict (unanimous): $1,035,000.00
- State, DMVPS v. Frangul, 867 P. 2d 397, 110 Nev. 46 (Nev. 1994)
- State, DMVPS v. Miles, 895 P. 2d 1316, 111 Nev. 681 (Nev. 1995)
- State, DMV Adm’r v. Hiatt, 920 P. 2d 116, 112 Nev. 868 (Nev. 1996)
Contact Greg Mullanax:
Law Office of M. Greg Mullanax
2140 N. Winery Ave., Suite 101
Fresno, California 93703