According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hon. Richard Neal will oversee the proceedings between Sheen, Warner Bros. and Lorre.
Marshall Grossman, a lawyer with LA's Bingham firm, said of Neal: "He's first-rate, does not suffer fools lightly and has a brilliant legal mind. He'll get to the right answer, that's for sure."
Sheen was fired from the CBS series after he made a number of controversial remarks against Lorre. Following the dismissal, the actor vowed to sue Warner Bros. and Lorre.
Sheen recently accused his ex-wife Denise Richards of taking dogs from his home. The actor claims that Richards took the two pugs from him in October last year.
He is currently planning to embark on a live theatre tour titled 'Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth'.