Insights: News Dustin Greene Selected as an Honoree of the NCBA 2018 Citizen Lawyer Award
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Dustin Greene was selected by the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) as a recipient of the 2018 Citizen Lawyer Award. NCBA will present the award to the recipients at the 2018 NCBA Annual Meeting Awards Dinner on June 21 at the Wilmington Convention Center.
NCBA's Citizen Lawyer Award recognizes lawyers who provide exemplary public service to their communities. For more information on NCBA’s Citizen Lawyer Award, please click here.
Dustin Greene litigates complex commercial, securities, construction, real estate development, and Native American legal issues, for both plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Greene has experience in arbitration, federal courts across the country, and has significant experience in North Carolina state court, the Business Court, and at all levels of North Carolina’s appellate courts. As trial counsel, he has guided his clients to favorable outcomes, including securing a settlement for plaintiffs in a condominium construction defect case that was recognized as one of the largest settlements or verdicts of 2015.
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