Dustin Greene litigates complex commercial, securities, construction, real estate development, and Native American legal issues, for both plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Greene has experience in arbitration, federal courts across the country, and has significant experience in North Carolina state court, the Business Court, and at all levels of North Carolina’s appellate courts. As trial counsel, Mr. Greene has guided his clients to favorable outcomes, including securing a settlement for plaintiffs in a condominium construction defect case that was recognized as one of the largest settlements or verdicts of 2015.
Prior to entering the legal profession, he served as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan and Iraq, where he earned, among other honors, the Combat Parachutist Badge. He also appears in the CBS News photo essay What it takes to be an Army Ranger.
He was recognized as a North Carolina “Rising Star” for General and/or Business Litigation in 2014-2017 by Super Lawyers magazine, and was named one of the Triad Business Journal’s "40 Leaders Under 40” in 2017. In 2014, he was also appointed by North Carolina’s Governor to be a member of the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board, where he has served as chair of the grievance committee for more than two years.
Professional & Community Activities
Boy Scouts of America, Old Hickory Council Executive Board, Member
Chief Justice Joseph Branch Inn of Court, Barrister
The Little Theater of Winston-Salem, Board Member
North Carolina & Forsyth County Bar Associations, Member
Leadership Winston-Salem Graduate, Class of 2015
Northwest Piedmont Purple Heart Foundation, Inc., Secretary and Founding Board Member (2013-2015)
4ALL Service Day, 2016 Winston-Salem Site Co-Chair