Capell & Howard attorney Clinton A. Richardson has expanded his legal practice to now include alternative dispute resolution services for clients throughout Alabama. Alternative dispute resolution is a practice in which methods such as mediation and arbitration are utilized, in lieu of litigation, to settle disputes.
Trained by and now registered with the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution, Clinton possesses considerable experience in employment and labor relations, construction and procurement law, family law, and civil defense and, consequently, will serve as a mediator in cases involving such areas of the law.
More specifically, Clinton will mediate issues pertaining to asset distribution in divorce, breach of contract, civil litigation, civil rights, collection, custody and visitation, dependency law, divorce and domestic relations, dram shop, employment discrimination, personal injury and probate.
Clinton joined Capell & Howard in 2012 after receiving his juris doctorate, cum laude, from the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law at Faulkner University. He has been listed in The National Black Lawyers “Top 40 Under 40″and is an active member of the Federal Bar Association and a variety of local bar associations. Clinton currently serves as vice president of Montgomery music nonprofit Clefworks and as a member of the Kiwanis Club of Montgomery.