Michael L. Sterling, Managing Partner of the Vandeventer Black law firm, was recently invited to serve on the Virginia Chamber Legal and Regulatory Reform Institute (Legal Institute) Advisory Board. The Legal Institute focuses on civil justice reform in the Commonwealth.
Sterling has also served on many other professional and community organization boards and committees, including the Eggleston Services Foundation Board where he serves as the Treasurer of this local charity that focuses on finding employment opportunities and providing services to disabled adults.
He concentrates his law practice on complex projects and the resolution of disputes for international, national and local business clients with a focus on compliance and other regulatory issues. Sterling also manages the law firm’s Dispute Resolution Services, and serves as an arbitrator and mediator for the American Arbitration Association (AAA), various courts and by private appointment.