An effective litigator with three decades of judicial experience.
Whether it's mediation, arbitration, or litigation, doesn't it makes sense to choose someone with experience as a federal and state judge?
A distinguished record as a litigator
Mildred E. "Mimi" Methvin is a former federal prosecutor with three decades of judicial experience. Since launching her private litigation practice in 2012, Ms. Methvin has won judgments or settlements for her clients totaling more than $3 million, placing her in the top tier of attorneys nationwide. Her experience spans a wide range of cases, including Title IX, employment litigation, civil rights, personal injury, environmental law, intellectual property rights, and contract law.
All types of cases, including Title IX, employment litigation, civil rights, personal injury, environmental law, intellectual property rights, and contract law.
Natural abilities for leadership and consensus-building have won praise from both attorneys, parties, witnesses, and other judges.
Inducted into the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals in 2012, one of the only organizations of its kind which vets its members and requires stringent practice criteria.
alternative dispute resolution
Solutions that are effective as well as efficient
When it comes to alternative dispute resolutions, our goal is to facilitate solutions that are effective as well as efficient in terms of both time and expense.
We offer a variety of alternative dispute resolution services, including:
What they say
20+ years experience, maritime personal injury case
"Without your help, there is no question in my mind this case would not have settled. My clients felt at ease with your presentation and handling of the case and were comforted by your words throughout.
I want you to know that you are an invaluable resource in these matters, and I look forward to our next case together."
U. S. Circuit Judge
Remarks made at retirement ceremony October 23, 2009
"[Members of the bar have reported] she's very good at mediating and settling cases, particularly complex cases. She has an eye for detail, and is meticulous in dealing with complex facts and complex legal problems. She's smart, and she's intellectually honest. She's a quick study. And maybe the most important thing to say about a judge: she's unbiased, appears to have no agenda, and calls them like she sees them."