Richard Dick is a veteran of the United States Army and is a graduate of Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (1976 Magna Cum Laude). He is a member of the Indianapolis, Indiana State and American Bar Associations. He served as a Note and Development Editor, Indiana Law Review, Co-Authored the book, “Indiana Mechanic’s Lien Law,” Author and Panelist, “Indiana Mechanic’s Lien Law,” Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, 1985; “Hot Topics & Issues in Current Real Estate, Commercial and Residential Transactions,” Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, 1991; Author and panelist Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Mechanics Lien Law, February 1994, November 1999, April 2005, May 2008, September 2010. He also serves as a Certified Mediator. For the past 30 plus years, he has been a partner with the Indianapolis law firm of Mitchell Dick McNelis, LLC and its predecessor firm Mitchell Hurst Jacobs & Dick. He is admitted to practice before the Courts of Indiana, the Appellate and Supreme Court of Indiana, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.
He has served on various boards of charitable organizations and provides services to homeless Military Veterans. He is also a member of the Indiana State Bar Association Military Veterans Committee, and the Indiana Supreme Court directed Heartland Pro Bono Corporation that provides services and coordinates with provider agencies for legal services for those who cannot afford legal services.
His Areas of Practice Include:
- Multi-Million Dollar Construction Litigation and Construction Contract Negotiation
- Real Estate Development – commercial buildings, shopping centers, self-storage facilities, residential subdivisions, apartment projects and condominium projects
- Loan Transactions (over $500,000,000 in Loan Transactions for Development Projects representing Developers)
- Business Litigation