Mr. Dziewulski specializes in matters involving small business, closely held corporations, start-ups, and shareholder rights. This focus also includes contract review, construction law, landlord-tenant law, land-use and zoning law, governmental compliance, employment law, and intellectual property considerations. He also handles DUI, DWI and legal malpractice matters.
Mr. Dziewulski brings decades of experience as a company founder, consultant, investor, and executive in businesses as diverse as architecture, software as a service, machining, jewelry manufacturing, residential property investment, commercial landscaping, and construction.
Through these experiences, he has developed an understanding of the issues businesses face and the effect that proper legal guidance can have on the success of a company. Mr. Dziewulski also spent two years as a city planner, building inspector, and planning director for the Town of Beech Mountain, giving him insight into construction, zoning, and land-development matters.
Mr. Dziewulski has a B. A. in Philosophy from St. Andrews University, an M.P.A. from Appalachian State University, and a J.D. from Lincoln Memorial University. Mr. Dziewulski was an academic and athletic scholarship recipient all four years that he attended St. Andrews University. He was a merit scholarship recipient for the three years he attended Lincoln Memorial University where he was President of the Student Bar Association and Member of the Trial Team. While attending law school, Mr. Dziewulski worked at various civil and criminal defense firms in Knoxville and continued to be active in local companies in which he held investments, including being the managing member of a residential property development business. Most notably, during Mr. Dziewulski’s second year of law school, he contributed to a winning Tennessee Supreme Court brief regarding the Statute of Limitations in attorney malpractice claims.
Mr. Dziewulski enjoys spending time with his family and is currently working with several local non-profits to address reentry employment for recovering addicts and offenders.