Mediation isn’t always the most exciting strategy or the one that generates the most billing hours, but it’s often the most practical strategy. - Dwane Vickstrom
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) January 01, 2014
After thirty-five years of achieving quiet, meaningful victories for clients at both the international corporate level and the local small-business level, Dwane Vickstrom has established a firm reputation as the lawyer who gets results without a lot of noise. His practical approach has made him one of the most-respected attorneys in North Carolina and his recent membership in Mediation.com was greeted with excitement by the local business community.
“I’ve worked in contract law, commercial law, and with local businesses as well as in-house counsel to international construction companies,” said Dwane. “In these practice areas, I believe that you have to concentrate on results, not flashy tactics or your own name in a newspaper article. Mediation isn’t always the most exciting strategy or the one that generates the most billing hours, but it’s often the most practical strategy.”
Dwane is a mediator and arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association as well as the Financial Industry Regulatory Association (FINRA). He is also certified to conduct mediations by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission in the North Carolina Superior Court mediated settlement conference program. Following his admission to practice law in North Carolina and Nebraska, he worked as in-house counsel to two large, international construction companies where he closed contractual negotiations for over $3 billion in construction and $1 billion in equipment purchases
A graduate of the University of Nebraska College of Law, Dwane has more than three decades of experience in handling contract, commercial and corporate matters; construction matters; litigation; real estate development; manufacturing operations; and dispute prevention and resolution. In addition to being a registered professional engineer in Nebraska, he is also a member of the North Carolina Bar Association and its Construction Law Section; and he has been involved with the Construction Professionals Network as Director, and the Local Leadership Team; Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas, Inc.; and the American Subcontractors Association of the Carolinas.