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Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, MacGill PC provides counsel to clients in commercial disputes and representation in litigation matters pending throughout the United States. The Firm provides multidisciplinary and agile representation in defending or prosecuting claims.
Robert D. MacGill
Trial lawyer Robert MacGill has represented Fortune 50 companies, city and state governments, businesses with high-stakes legal issues, and top athletes in resolving complicated matters through negotiation or trial. Rob's trial and appellate results are found in a variety of reported cases. Rob represents U.S. and foreign-domiciled companies at trial and before appellate courts throughout the country. He has served as national counsel to industrial, agricultural, real estate, and transportation organizations. His responsibilities in those roles have included defending national class actions and cases with high-dollar verdict potential. State and city governments have retained Rob to resolve or defend complex claims involving massive potential compensation or controversial government policies.Rob's trial verdicts for claimant companies have been reported in the National Law Journal and by ALM's Top 100 Verdicts. He recently secured a judgment in Delaware in a patent and trade secret dispute which qualified as a Top 100 Verdict for 2019. This is Rob’s second Top 100 Verdict since 2013. His work has been featured on NBC and CBS, and in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The National Law Journal, The London Times, USA Today, The Economist, and the Dow Jones News Service. Rob has served his community in a variety of ways in the not-for-profit sector. He has served on Boards of Directors for multiple companies during his career. He is admitted to practice in the State of Indiana, the United States Supreme Court, and numerous federal trial and appellate courts throughout the country.
Scott E. Murray
Scott Murray is a commercial litigator who represents clients of all types – from Fortune 500 companies to individuals.Immediately prior to joining MacGill PC, Scott served as general counsel for a publicly-traded real estate company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Scott served on the company's executive and risk management committees, managed a legal department of real-estate attorneys and support staff, prepared and approved filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, advised the board of directors on legal issues, and managed all outside litigation, including disputes involving commercial leases, construction defects, contract disputes, and insurance coverage.Prior to his work as a general counsel, Scott was a litigation partner at an AmLaw 100 law firm. In private practice, Scott counseled and litigated on behalf of financial, real estate, defense, automotive, franchise, agricultural, energy, technology, utility, and medical companies in actions filed in state and federal courts throughout the country. Scott has advocated for plaintiffs and defendants in a wide range of commercial disputes, including contract, tort, RICO, antitrust, and other claims. He has also represented clients in arbitrations in the United States and the London Court of International Arbitration.Scott graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School and with high distinction from Indiana University. Prior to attending law school, Scott taught high school chemistry and physics. Scott is admitted to practice in Indiana and in federal courts around the country.
Matthew T. Ciulla
Matthew Ciulla focuses his practice on high-stakes commercial litigation in courts nationwide. A former federal circuit clerk, Matt briefs and litigates key issues from case inception to judgment, with a constant focus on strategies for evidentiary presentations, trial tactics, and preserving the appellate record. Matt has served as defense counsel to several Fortune 100 companies. A versatile litigator, he also prosecutes affirmative claims on behalf of major corporations in matters involving intellectual property, insurance coverage, trade secret misappropriation, and unfair competition. In one recent trial, Matt was recognized by the National Law Journal for a 2019 Top 100 Verdict. In addition to his oral and written advocacy in Court proceedings, Matt has extensive experience in designing, supervising, and defending complex electronic discovery protocols. This includes matters such as the forensic extraction of structured and legacy data and implementing the latest Technology Assisted Review systems. Matt served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Charles R. Wilson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Tampa, Florida. Before joining MacGill PC, Matt worked as a litigation associate at an AmLaw 100 law firm. Matt has been published in the Notre Dame Law Review; the DePaul Law Review; the Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the Law; and the Notre Dame Law Review Online.Matt graduated summa cum laude from Notre Dame Law School, where he was Managing Senior Editor of the Notre Dame Law Review and Founding Tournament Director of the Notre Dame National Appellate Advocacy Tournament for Religious Freedom. He received his B.S. from Vanderbilt University. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional in both the U.S. private sector (CIPP/US) and the U.S. government (CIPP/G). A long-time Eagle Scout, Matt remains active in his community. He serves both as a volunteer clinic worker and as the Secretary of the Board of Trinity Free Clinic, Inc., which provides free health care to uninsured residents of Hamilton County. He also serves as the Board Secretary-Treasurer of the Darryl Clifton Memorial Fund for Troop 56, Inc. Matt is admitted to practice in Indiana and numerous federal courts.