William D. Gilbride Jr. elected to NADN.

Posted Jan. 10th 2020

Abbott Nicholson P.C. is pleased to announced that William D. Gilbride Jr. has been inducted into the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (NADN).

William D. Gilbride, Jr. draws from his extensive experience in business and corporate transactions and commercial litigation to help parties achieve meaningful resolution of their disputes.

Bill has represented a variety of clients in the boardroom and the courtroom, providing a collection of perspectives and insights that now inform his role as a neutral. Throughout his career, he has represented a variety of clients in state and federal courts and administrative tribunals in matters involving breach of contract, shareholder rights, employment and non-compete agreements, trade secrets, sales commissions, stock purchases and securities, title and land use, foreclosures, ERISA and employee benefits, intellectual property, supplier disagreements, government contracts, and professional licensure and disciplinary actions.

As outside general counsel and a valued trusted business advisor to for-profit and non-profit organizations alike, Bill has pursued and protected clients’ interests in mergers and acquisitions, risk management and corporate compliance, real estate and land use, and employment negotiations and transactions.

The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals is a professional association whose membership consists of ADR professionals distinguished by their hands-on experience in the field of civil and commercial conflict resolution. Membership is by invitation only and all Academy members have been thoroughly reviewed and found to meet stringent practice criteria. Members are amongst the most in-demand neutrals in their respective states, as selected by their peers and approved by local litigators.

“We’re delighted to recognize William D. Gilbride Jr. to the Academy’s Michigan Chapter in recognition of Excellence in his mediation practice,” commented Darren Lee, Executive Director of NADN.