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Corbet F. Bryant Jr.
8665 Greenhouse Lane
Dallas, TX 75243
Fax: (972) 863-9905
- Practice Commenced2003
- # of MEDS (as of 26/3/23)300
- # of ARBS (as of 26/3/23)60
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Mr. Bryant is a mediator and arbitrator for business and other civil disputes. His first limited experience as a mediator was in the 1980's during mediation weeks in Ft. Worth. In 2003, he commenced a significant practice as a mediator for NASD and NYSE , which expanded to mediating all types of civil conflicts on a full time basis as a sole proprietor in February 2006.
Mr. Bryant first served as an arbitrator for the NYSE in 1985 and thereafter the NASD. He proceeded to arbitrate for FINRA when it was formed. He now arbitrates for the American Arbitration Association, privately as a party arbitrator, and as otherwise requested. He has been a speaker on mediation and arbitration for the NASD, AAA, and State Bar of Texas.
Mr. Bryant practiced law at the the Dallas lawfirm Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal trying lawsuits and arbitrations first as an associate, then as a partner, from 1971 to 2006. After acting as a mediator and arbitrator from 2006-2012 as a sole proprietor, he rejoined Carrington Coleman as Of Counsel 2012-2019. He is now a sole proprietor. He is acting as a mediator or arbitrator in a wide range of civil cases.
- Banking & Finance
- Contract Disputes
- Debt Collections
- Legal Malpractice
- Nursing Homes
- Product Liability
- Professional Malpractice
- Real Estate
- Trusts / Estates
- University of Virginia - J.D., 1971 (Member of Editorial Board, Virginia Law Review, 1969-71)
- Washington & Lee University - B.A., magna cum laude, 1968, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma
Memberships & Affiliations
- Texas Bar Association, 1971-present;
- Dallas Bar Association, 1971-present;
- Associate Member, American Board of Trial
- Member, Defense Research Institute, 1997-2005;
- Dallas Association of Defense Counsel, 1978-2005;
- Life Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation;
- Life Fellow, Dallas Bar Foundation;
- Member, National Arbitration and Mediation
Committee of the NASDR, 1996-1998; and co-drafter of the Discovery Guide;
- Arbitrator, Commercial Panel of the American Arbitration Association, 2008-present. Large and Complex Litigation Panel 2015-present
- Mediator, American Arbitration Association
- Mediator, FINRA (and predecessors) 2003-present
Mediation - Varies based on number of parites. Two-sided rate is $1,600 per side for full day. Half-day is $800 per side for two sides. For other circumstances contact me for details. No charge for preparation, travel (other than out-of-pocket expense reimbursement), or modest follow -up. Arbitration - $400 per hour split between the parties.