I know that every negotiation, arbitration, and mediation is unique and requires a precise strategy. People need someone like me, who has the experience necessary to know what the right strategy is for each situation. – Preston Goodwin
The Woodlands, TX (PRWEB) October 22, 2013
After years spent in service to the state and people of Texas, Preston C. Goodwin, a founding partner at Goodwin & Harrison LLC, has joined Mediation.com, the premier online network for mediators and other ADR professionals.
“After being a practicing lawyer for almost 40 years, both in private practice and working for the government, I know how the law works in both litigation and mediation,” Goodwin said. “I know that every negotiation, arbitration, and mediation is unique and requires a precise strategy. People need someone who has the experience necessary to know what the right strategy is for each situation. Mediation.com is the right strategy for me to expand my presence in the online world and find the clients who need my services most.”
Goodwin served for four years in the United States Air Force, during which he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and promoted to Captain. Upon leaving the service, he served as Director of the Voter Registration Division of the Office of the Secretary of State in Austin, Texas for two years. Prior to founding his own firm, Goodwin practiced with DeLange, Hudspeth, Pitman and Katz in Houston and then with Hagerman & Seureau in Spring, Texas. The firm of Goodwin and Harrison opened its doors in 1992 and specializes in commercial litigation, mechanics & materialmen’s lien law, construction litigation, real estate litigation, and business litigation and practice
Aside from being licensed to practice law in Texas and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, Goodwin is also certified as a Civil Mediator under the program established in the Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code. He holds a JD from Bates College of Law and is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Commercial Law League of America, the Texas Land Title Association, the Fifth Circuit Bar Association, and the Texas Mediators Credentialing Association.