Peter W. Schroeter has been inducted as a charter member of the National
Academy of Distinguished Neutrals’ Maine Chapter, an honor given
to the state’s leading practitioners for Excellence in the field
of Dispute Resolution.
Schroeter, who is chair of the firm’s
Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice, was
one of just eight attorneys in the state who were inducted into the National Academy. The National Academy of Distinguished
Neutrals (NADN) is a respected organization comprised of mediators and
arbitrators who have distinguished themselves in the field of civil and
commercial conflict resolution. The invitation-only association carefully
vets attorneys based upon selective criteria to ensure only the top 5-10%
of practitioners in each state is selected.
Schroeter has over 30 years’ experience as a trial lawyer and mediator
in all types of civil litigation disputes. He has successfully mediated
more than 1,000 cases involving business, employment, construction, personal
injury, insurance, real estate, probate, family, and elder law. He is
currently the President of the Maine Association of Mediators.
To learn more about our mediation services,
contact Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. today.