Dick has considerable litigation experience in civil and criminal trials and appeals in both state and federal courts, including the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. While attending law school, he was a member of the Michigan Department of State Police and served on the Department’s Emergency Services Team. Before joining Masud Labor Law Group, Dick served as an Assistant United States Attorney conducting federal criminal prosecutions, grand jury investigations, and defending civil suits against federal agencies. Dick was also the president and shareholder of a litigation law firm.
“I enjoy discovering the truth and representing and winning for the underdog, especially against opponents who expect to be successful. The gold standard for winning is accomplishing the client’s goal without a trial. However, if trial is necessary, it is rewarding to be able to be better prepared than the opponent and to know that there is truth in the wise saying, “Yesterday’s homerun doesn’t win today’s ballgame.”
Dick enjoys spending time with his family, especially his children and grandchildren, volunteering at his church, photography, reading, target shooting, and fishing.