Mr. Whiteman has represented clients in civil lawsuits and arbitrations for over three decades. The main focus of his practice is the representation of individuals in disputes with securities brokers and disability insurance companies.
Mr. Whiteman is admitted to practice before the federal and state courts in North Carolina, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Whiteman holds a peer review rating of “AV” from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest available ranking in the areas of attorney competence and ethics.
Mr. Whiteman carefully evaluates potential cases based on their legal and factual merit, and welcomes all potential clients without regard to sexual orientation, skin color, gender, nationality, physical or mental limitations, religion or lack thereof, etc.
Mr. Whiteman was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. He graduated from Miami University cum laude in 1977. In 1980, he received his law degree from The Ohio State University, where he was elected to The Order of Barristers and served on the Law Journal staff.
Mr. Whiteman has been married to Gwen Conner Whiteman since 1978 and has two grown children. In addition to his law practice, Mr. Whiteman enjoys swimming, running, cycling, yoga, long-distance trekking, vegetarian cooking, time with family and friends, gardening and reading.
- Ohio State University - Columbus
- J.D. (1980) | Law
- Miami University of Ohio
- B.S. (1977) | Economics
- North Carolina State Bar # 9523
- Public Investors Arbitration Bar Associatin (PIABA)
- North Carolina Advocates for Justice
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Wake County Bar Association
- Eastern District of North Carolina
- Middle District of North Carolina
- North Carolina
- Western District of North Carolina
- 4th Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court
- United States Tax Court
- Free Consultation
- Contingent Fees
- Stockbroker & Investment Fraud
- Securities Law
- Insurance Claims
- Business Law
- Employment Law
- Disability Insurance
- ERISA claims
- Employee benefits claims
- Long-term disability claims
- Whiteman Law Firm