Community Leader and Construction Law Practitioner Brenton Soderstrum Announces Membership in both Mediation.com and Arbitration.com

Experienced legal authority on issues involving of litigation, construction law, OSHA and employment law joins leading national alternative dispute resolution (ADR) portals.

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Brenton Soderstrum | Nebraska Mediator and Litigator | Construction, OSHA and Employment Law

Brenton Soderstrum | Nebraska Mediator and Litigator | Construction, OSHA and Employment Law

I’ve always specialized in dispute resolution through mediation and arbitration as alternatives to litigation, and the time had come to promote that aspect of my practice aggressively. - Brenton Soderstrum

Omaha, NE (PRWEB) May 09, 2014

Capping a campaign to review and improve his professional online profile, litigator, mediator and arbitrator in the field of construction and employment law Brenton Soderstrum announced his dual membership in the fast-growing online ADR communities, Mediation.com and Arbitration.com.

“I’m involved in every aspect of the construction industry,” said Brent, “from the negotiation of contracts and review of job-site safety issues to all aspects of employment law. I’m also ready to assist any business in cases involving litigation and employment law. I’ve always specialized in dispute resolution through mediation and arbitration as alternatives to litigation, and the time had come to promote that aspect of my practice aggressively.”

A graduate of the University of Iowa, Brent is a frequent speaker and author on subjects that face the construction industry and employers and employees in general. He served on the Commission of Persons with Disabilities in Iowa, appointed by the Governor, for two years and continues to speak frequently in his areas of expertise as his busy schedule allows. His incisive analyses of legal issues facing the construction and general business community have appeared in publications such as The Legal Monitor and InsideMBI. He recently spoke on the subject of “Construction Contracts: Negotiating Key Provisions” at a one-day seminar organized by his law firm in Des Moines, focusing on the topic of essential contract terms.

A firm believer in community, Brent is an active volunteer in many community activities as well as his church. He is currently part of the BrownWinick Law Firm in Des Moines.