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December 19, 2014 | SEARCH

Masters of the Courtroom ®

Richard Sayles and Mark Werbner

Successfully protecting clients’ rights requires mastery of the law, the facts and the courtroom. Sayles Werbner has an international reputation as a “go to” trial law firm in multifaceted business litigation, patent litigation, life-altering personal injury cases, product safety lawsuits and other areas of the law.

The Story Behind the Arab Bank Trial

When federal jurors in Brooklyn, N.Y., issued their recent liability verdict against Arab Bank, plc, for helping finance terrorist attacks against U.S. citizens, the unanimous decision moved the plaintiffs one step closer in their 10-year quest for justice.

The 11-person jury’s verdict followed 10 years of litigation and appeals up through the U.S. Supreme Court. The first trial involved 24 terrorist attacks that were perpetrated by Hamas, a Foreign Terrorist Organization, in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza between 2001 and 2004. Following six weeks of trial and two days of deliberations, the verdict marked the first time a financial institution has been held civilly liable for materially supporting terrorism.

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Notice of Settlement

To all Persons and Entities Who Have Held Common Stock of Sun River Energy, Inc. from August 2010 – the Present: Please click on the following link to read the notice about the Proposed Settlement in David Neiger, et al. v. Sun River Energy, Inc. v. Donal R. Schmidt, Jr., et al., in the District Court of Dallas County, Texas, 134th Judicial District.

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Mark Werbner, Co-Counsel Honored by The American Lawyer for Arab Bank Verdict Win

The American Lawyer magazine is honoring Mark Werbner of Sayles Werbner and other members of the trial team that successfully represented nearly 300 U.S. victims of international terrorism in the landmark terrorism-financing verdict recently handed down against Jordan-based Arab Bank.

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Jurors Find Arab Bank Liable in New York Terrorism Funding Trial

Jordan-based bank held accountable for overseas terror attacks against U.S. citizens

BROOKLYN, New York – Nearly 300 U.S. citizens who were victimized in 24 terrorist attacks in Israel and the Palestinian Territories have prevailed in a civil lawsuit against Amman, Jordan-based Arab Bank PLC after a New York federal jury found that the bank knowingly provided material financial support to the Palestinian militant group Hamas.

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Four from Dallas’ Sayles Werbner Named to 2014 Texas Super Lawyers List

Co-founder Dick Sayles again named among state’s Top 10 attorneys

DALLAS – Four attorneys from Dallas’ Sayles Werbner have earned spots on the 2014 Texas Super Lawyers list of the state’s top attorneys, including firm co-founder Richard A. “Dick” Sayles, who was named one of the Top 10 lawyers in Texas for the fifth straight year.

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Mark Werbner, Plaintiffs Rest in Arab Bank Trial, Defense Phase Begins

DALLAS – Mark Werbner and other attorneys have concluded their presentation of testimony in the high-profile trial against Arab Bank, being tried in federal court in Brooklyn. The plaintiffs represented by Mr. Werbner and co-counsel include more than 200 U.S. victims of suicide bombing terror attacks allegedly funded by Arab Bank between 2000 and 2004. Mr. Werbner and the trial proceedings continue to draw national and international news media attention, including:

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Trial Continues Against Arab Bank in Brooklyn Federal Court

DALLAS – The high-profile trial against Arab Bank over terrorism funding continues to draw attention. Attorney Mark Werbner of Dallas’ Sayles Werbner, and other attorneys are representing more than 200 U.S. victims of international terror attacks seeking to hold Arab Bank responsible for its alleged role in providing material support to the terrorist group Hamas, including cash payments for the families of suicide bombers.

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Mark Werbner Representing Plaintiffs in Ongoing Trial Against Arab Bank

DALLAS – Attorney Mark Werbner of Dallas’ Sayles Werbner is representing a group of terrorism victims in the ongoing trial against Arab Bank over terrorism funding.

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Sayles Werbner’s Torian, Nicholson Publish Article on Protecting Clients’ Wins

DALLAS – Dallas attorneys Mark E. Torian and Darren Nicholson of Sayles Werbner recently authored a commentary article in the legal publication Texas Lawyer that provides important advice for protecting clients’ court wins from unwanted tax burdens.

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Sayles Werbner Founders Again Named Among Dallas’ Top Lawyers

DALLAS – Noted Dallas trial lawyers Richard A “Dick” Sayles and Mark S. Werbner once again are being recognized among the city’s top legal counsel in D Magazine’s list of The Best Lawyers in Dallas. The founders of Dallas-based Sayles Werbner earned selection to the 2014 list based on their substantial work in business litigation for individuals and businesses.

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Voice of America Interviews Mark Werbner about Malaysia Airlines Lawsuits

DALLAS – The international radio news organization Voice of America recently interviewed trial attorney Mark Werbner of Dallas’ Sayles Werbner about the potential for lawsuits tied to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

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Mark Werbner Discusses Arab Bank Case in The New York Times

NEW YORK – Trial attorney Mark S. Werbner of Dallas’ Sayles Werbner recently was interviewed by The New York Times regarding the ongoing federal lawsuit against Arab Bank over terrorism funding. Werbner represents hundreds of U.S. victims of international terror attacks who are asking a New York federal court to hold Arab Bank responsible for its alleged role in providing cash payments to the families of suicide bombers.

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Dallas Business Journal: Mark Werbner says Malaysia Airlines Lawsuits Likely

DALLAS – Dallas attorney Mark S. Werbner tells the Dallas Business Journal that the potential for lawsuits over the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has significantly increased since authorities are predicting no passengers survived the plane’s presumed crash in the Indian Ocean.

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