Vince Chadick maintains a commercial law practice, representing corporate, public, and individual clients in matters of litigation and regulatory compliance. Mr. Chadick has appeared before state and federal courts, and administrative agencies, in at least six states and the District of Columbia; and has handled in excess of 50 trials (including more than 20 jury trials). He has also argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and the Arkansas Supreme Court. Over the past two decades, Mr. Chadick has litigated a range of matters, from single-plaintiff personal injury to complex consumer class actions; local governmental tax disputes to multinational arbitration; and, business piracy to toxic tort.
Mr. Chadick also provides counsel to clients, including agribusinesses, on a variety of prospective issues beyond the context of litigation, including operational, production, and transportation matters implicating federal and state statutes and regulations, in particular the PSA and PACA.
Mr. Chadick obtained his J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 1993. He also has a Master of Laws degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law Graduate Program. Mr. Chadick received an A.B. from Georgetown University in 1991.
Mr. Chadick is licensed to practice law in Arkansas and Oklahoma. He sits by appointment of the Supreme Court of Arkansas to serve on the Arkansas Civil Practice Committee, and he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Eighth Circuit Bar Association. In complement to his private law practice, Mr. Chadick is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Arkansas School of Law.