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Dulcie G Wink, Attorney Mediator

Professional Profile:
My mediation practice is supported by over twenty years of experience in resolving business and commercial disputes through direct negotiation, mediation, arbitration and trial.  I am a mediator because it is gratifying to help parties end their disputes by agreement, thereby controlling their destinies, limiting their risks and freeing them to focus their energy on new and more positive opportunities.  

Before opening my own litigation boutique in 2009, I was a partner in the business litigation section of a large national law firm headquartered in Texas.  I have represented both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, in disputes ranging from the simple to the highly complex, including mass and class actions.  The businesses I represented ranged from entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies.

My experience covers a broad variety of industries.  I have resolved litigation for banks, private banks, broker dealers, securities brokers, consulting companies, engineering companies, engineers, oil companies, oil and gas production companies, oilfield equipment manufacturers, offshore construction companies, distributors, aircraft brokers, health care providers, personnel companies, recruiters, insurance companies, media companies, broadcasters, general contractors, real estate developers, commercial property owners and property management companies.  

My experience also spans a wide variety of claims, including, but not limited to, contract and quasi-contract theories, fiduciary duty claims, conversion, theft, negligence, nuisance, libel, slander, business disparagement, fraud, securities fraud, securities violations, premises liability theories and product liability theories.  I am experienced in claims asserted to pierce business organizations and impose personal liability on the business owners, and I have significant experience with cases involving claims for injunctive relief.  

Although I have lived and worked in Houston and its suburbs for the last 25 years, and Dallas before that, I was born and raised in a small central Texas city.  As a result, I have enjoyed resolving cases filed in less populated counties throughout my career, and I sometimes travel to mediate cases in cities and towns outside of the greater Houston area.  

I have both basic and advanced mediation training; thus, I am qualified to mediate business disputes as well as family law cases, which tend to comprise the largest number of civil cases in Texas state courts.

My upbringing emphasized a hearty sense of fairness, a healthy sense of humor and a strong work ethic.  I am committed to giving my all to help others resolve their differences.

Career Highlights & Community Involvement:
Ancillary Proceedings Task Force appointed by the Supreme Court of Texas for consideration of revisions to the ancillary rules in the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, Injunctive Subcommittee Co-Chairperson, 2008-2012

“Texas Rising Star” (Law and Politics, Texas Monthly, 2004-2006)

Board of Directors, Houston West Chamber of Commerce, 2005-present, Chairman in 2008 & 2011

Women Driving Business Committee, Houston West Chamber of Commerce, 2004-Present

Board of Directors, South Texas College of Law Alumni Association, 1998-2005

Panel Member, State Bar of Texas Grievance Panel, 1998-2004

State Bar of Texas Advertising Review Committee, 2010-2013

Bar Admission and Memberships:
State of Texas
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
Life Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation
Houston Bar Association
Fort Bend County Bar Association
Katy Bar Association, 2nd Vice President 2018-2019
Association of Attorney Mediators
Texas Association of Mediators 

Mediation Training:
Basic Mediation Training from Mediators of Texas
Advanced Mediation Training from Mediators of Texas 

J.D. South Texas College of Law, 1995, magna cum laude
Outstanding Female Graduate Award
Note and Comment Editor, South Texas Law Review
Langdell Scholar
Order of the Lytae
B.B.A., Accounting, Texas A&M University, 1983, magna cum laude
Dean’s List
Beta Gamma Sigma
Phi Kappa Phi