Dick concentrates his practice in complex criminal and civil litigation, with a focus on white collar criminal defense and civil False Claims Act cases. He has more than 40years of experience practicing in both state and federal court. Upon graduation from Purdue University with a Bachelor's Degree in International Relations, Dick served as an international banker for four years traveling throughout Europe and Asia. Since graduating from Indiana University Law School in 1975, Dick has tried approximately 100 jury trials, has written over 70 appellate briefs and is a frequent lecturer at seminars on criminal law and trial strategy. He is also a former Adjunct Professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. He is Chair of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP's White Collar Crime & False Claims Act Practice Group.
Criminal Defense: White-Collar, Indianapolis (2011)
Harrison Legal Writing Award, 2nd place, "Preserving the Attorney-Client Privilege in Internal Corporate Investigations: Part 1 (Oct. 2010) & Part 2 (Nov. 2010)” presented by the Indiana State Bar Association, 2011
Best Lawyers in America, 1987-present
Who’s Who in American Law, 1985-1988
Best Lawyers’ 2011 Indianapolis Criminal Defense: White-Collar Lawyer of the Year