Waldrep Mullin & Callahan

Experienced Trial Lawyers

Waldrep, Mullin & Callahan, LLC specializes in complex civil litigation at both state and federal levels. Founded in January 2006 by three Columbus attorneys with over 80 years of trial experience between them, the Firm has already earned a strong reputation both in and out of the courtroom.

Waldrep, Mullin & Callahan represents a diverse range of clients, from private individuals to publicly held companies. Though primarily focused on complex litigation, the Firm provides tangential services for its clients in areas such as corporate law, business transactions, regulatory compliance, probate of wills, and even domestic matters.

“We measure success by the loyalty and appreciation of our clients.”

Waldrep, Mullin & Callahan, LLC
105 13th St., Suite B
Columbus, GA 31902
(706) 320-0600


  • David Rayfield Joins Firm as Partner. The firm is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Rayfield, a former President of the Columbus Trial Lawyers' Association with fifteen years of experience in litigation. Mr. Rayfield continues his practice focusing on commercial litigation, insurance coverage disputes, and plaintiff's personal injury practice in Georgia, Alabama, and federal courts. 
  • Partner Neal Callahan wins on appeal for Troup County small business owner. In Southland Propane, Inc. v. McWhorter, 2011 Ga. App. LEXIS 1050 (Nov. 22, 2011), the Georgia Court of Appeals reversed denial of the defendant’s j.n.o.v. motion on plaintiff’s claims for conversion, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and intentional infliction of emotional distress against the defendant, his former father-in-law and employer. The original verdict of $1,450,000 was reduced to a $25,000 judgment on defamation with direction to retry the issue of punitive damages.
  • Forbes magazine highlights Partner Morris Mullin for winning jury verdict in federal court against N.Y. private equity firm. “Last week private equity chief Lynn Tilton and her company Patriarch Partners got hit with a civil ruling of “fraudulent inducement” by a jury in Columbus, Georgia.” Forbes Magazine
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