Roger Dickson, a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers, concentrates his practice on litigation with an emphasis on complex commercial disputes, white collar crime, healthcare, personal injury and products liability. He has handled major civil litigation for the world's largest soft drink bottling company and has served as lead national counsel defending publicly traded consumer products companies in hundreds of pharmaceutical product liability cases. He also represents a publicly traded construction materials company in its litigation in Tennessee and one of the nation's largest disability insurance companies in its complex litigation.
Mr. Dickson has represented clients in numerous federal grand jury investigations and trials involving antitrust violations, immigration matters, bank fraud, healthcare fraud, tax matters, labor law violations and FDA matters. He served as trial counsel in the trial of United States v. Tyson Foods, which resulted in the acquittal of all defendants and was named as the top defense verdict of the year in the National Law Journal. Mr. Dickson is a Rule 31 listed general civil mediator and serves as a mediator and arbitrator in all types of litigation.