Miles Mediation & Arbitration’s panel of neutrals in Charlotte offers full-service mediation, arbitration, and dispute management services. 
 
 
The experienced mediators and arbitrators at Miles Mediation & Arbitration specialize in complex, multi-party disputes in areas of business, commercial, employment, construction, professional negligence, insurance coverage, contracts, wrongful death, personal injury, and family law.

 
The Charlotte resolution facility is located in the convenient SouthPark business district. The full panel is available for in-person ADR engagements, or for virtual mediation, arbitration, and additional services. Please contact your neutral directly.
 
 

Charlotte Panel of Neutrals 

Sterling A. Spainhour is a mediator and arbitrator based in Charlotte, North Carolina. He specializes in complex banking, financial, technology, business, and commercial disputes. Spainhour is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and is a certified mediator for the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Committee.  He is also a Commercial Arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association, specializing in technology and commercial contract matters. 

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Nancy Black Norelli is a mediator and arbitrator who brings her experience as a District Court Judge in Mecklenburg County to her role as a neutral. Norelli has expertise mediating a wide variety of cases, including, but not limited to business disputes, employment disputes, wrongful death cases, personal injury and matters related to estate family law.

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Steve Dunn is a full-time mediator who specializes in business and labor and employment disputes. He has practiced law for more than 20 years including a long partnership with Van Hoy, Reutlinger, Adams & Dunn. He also has served as an Adjunct Professor at the Charlotte School of Law.

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Danae Woodward is a mediator and arbitrator with extensive experience in labor and employment law. She has also served as in-house counsel at Duke Energy and Mecklenburg County Government. She is a founder and owner of the law firm Woodward & Woodward.

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Ward Davis is a mediator and arbitrator who also maintains an active and broad business litigation practice, including matters involving trade secrets and unfair competition, fraud, shareholder disputes, construction defects, and professional negligence, many of which are pending in the North Carolina Business Court. Ward is a partner at the law firm Bell, Davis & Pitt.

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Jim D. Cooley Resolving complex business disputes has been the focus of Jim’s practice since joining Womble Bond Dickinson (formerly Womble Carlyle) in 1985. In addition to his many years of litigation experience, including over 50 jury trials, Jim brings a keen understanding of alternate dispute resolution techniques to his clients’ problems. He served on the North Carolina Bar Association’s Committee (now section) which designed and implemented North Carolina’s court-annexed dispute resolution process, and he currently serves on the Council of the Dispute Resolution Section of the NC Bar Association.

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Meredith Jeffries is a mediator with an active practice in the area of labor and employment law. She has practiced employment law in Charlotte for nearly 25 years, and has significant experience both litigating, settling, and mediating all types of employment discrimination, disability law, employment law, non-competition and other restrictive covenants, human resources matters, wage and hour law, labor law, and all aspects of the employer/employee relationship. Meredith is a partner at the Charlotte boutique law firm of Alexander Ricks, PLLC.

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Elizabeth Todd is a mediator for both Civil and Family Financial cases, and specializes in employment, coverage disputes, real estate, personal injury, brain injury and medical malpractice. She mediates cases filed in Federal District Court for the Western District of North Carolina. Todd is available to mediate and arbitrate all matters in Mecklenburg and all surrounding Counties. She has her own law firm.

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Gregory J. Parent has been a neutral with Miles Mediation & Arbitration since 2011. Relying on a comprehensive background that includes having worked as Claims Adjuster, Defense Attorney, and Plaintiff’s attorney, Greg has been able to parlay his extensive litigation and claims experience into a very successful career as a sought after mediator and arbitrator. He has mediated all types of civil litigation, including nursing home, wrongful death, medical malpractice, construction defect, contract disputes, business dissolution, products liability, premises liability, toxic torts, trucking and automobile liability, and municipal and county liability cases.

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James W. Young is a fully bilingual (English-Spanish) mediator and arbitrator who also maintains an active law practice. He is a Certified Superior Court Mediator and has experience mediating a range of cases including, but not limited to, guardianships and Medicaid planning, special needs estate planning, breach of contract, defamation, personal injury, workers compensation, and estate matters. He has extensive arbitration experience in the areas of personal injury, landlord/tenant issues, and contractual disputes.

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Chip Ford has over 26 years of experience representing clients in all aspects of financial restructuring and insolvency including bankruptcy, loan workouts, commercial foreclosures, receiverships, and complex financial litigation in federal and state courts. Chip also advises regional, national, and international clients from a wide spectrum of industries on all facets of the U.S. bankruptcy process, including Chapter 11 plan confirmation, the purchase and sale of assets under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code, assumption and rejection of leases and executory contracts, and the defense of avoidance actions.

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Charlotte Resolution Office

6101 Carnegie Boulevard
Suite 450
Charlotte, NC 28209
704-307-4595
 
 
Contact: Sara Webster, email: swebster@milesmediation.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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