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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.


N.Y. Judge OKs Trial for Sayles Werbner Clients in Arab Bank Terrorism Case

NEW YORK – A New York federal judge has ruled in favor of a group of terrorism victims represented by Sayles Werbner and firm co-founder Mark Werbner by denying a court motion filed on behalf of Arab Bank in the long-running lawsuit over cash payments made to the families of suicide bombers and other terrorists affiliated with the Palestinian group Hamas.


Dallas Trial Law Firm Sayles Werbner – Litigators of the Week: $60 Million More Texas Lawyer

In the two decades since they opened Dallas’ Sayles Werbner, Richard Sayles and Mark Werbner had never tried a case together until they represented Commil USA in federal court in Marshall, a collaboration that led to victory — twice.

On April 8, the retrial in Commil USA LLC v. Cisco Systems Inc. resulted in a $63.8 million verdict. The jury, which deliberated less than two hours, decided Cisco had induced infringement on a patent for wireless technology developed by three Israeli engineers; Commil had purchased that patent in 2006 for $400,000, Werbner says.


Arab Bank Ruling Featured in The New York Times

Terror victims attorney Mark Werbner of Sayles Werbner tells The New York Times that his clients will benefit from a recent federal ruling against Arab Bank.


National Publication Features Sayles Werbner’s Successful Defense of Newegg

DALLAS – Intellectual property trial lawyer Richard Sayles, co-founder of Sayles Werbner, is featured in a recent story published by The American Lawyer about a substantial, favorable verdict for Mr. Sayles’ client Newegg Inc. following a weeklong patent infringement trial against Chicago-based Soverain Software.


White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Werbner on KTVT – CBS – Dallas

Sayles Werbner co-founder Mark Werbner defends Dallas attorney Ray Jackson against federal contempt of court charges stemming from the Dallas City Hall corruption trial.


Trial Lawyer Richard Sayles Featured in The Dallas Morning News

Sayles Werbner co-founder discusses his victory in the largest patent verdict in U.S. history.



White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Werbner in the Dallas Observer

Sure, Don Hill and Ray Jackson May Have Violated Judge Barbara Lynn’s Gag Order, But They Didn’t Mean To Do It.


Dallas Observer


Attorneys for former Mayor Pro Tem Don Hill and Ray Jackson, who represented Hill during last year’s City Hall corruption trial, argued in court Thursday afternoon that any violations of U.S. District Judge Barbara Lynn’s gag order issued shortly before Hill’s trial began were not willful, and therefore not criminal. While Hill did not take the stand, Jackson spent the significant part of the six-and-a-half hour bench trial walking Lynn through the events following a June 18 interview granted to WFAA-Channel 8’s Gary Reaves.


Judge scolds pair about gag order, delays ruling on Hill case

(Courtesy of The Dallas Morning News) Ray Jackson and his counsel, Mark Werbner, arrived at the federal building Thursday for the trial on contempt of court charges.

(Courtesy of The Dallas Morning News) Ray Jackson and his counsel, Mark Werbner, arrived at the federal building Thursday for the trial on contempt of court charges.

The Dallas Morning News

06:48 AM CST on Friday, January 29, 2010

By JASON TRAHAN / The Dallas Morning News


U.S. District Judge Barbara Lynn dished out the tongue-lashings Thursday but postponed her ruling on whether former Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Don Hill and his attorney Ray Jackson were in contempt of court when they sat for an interview days before jury selection in last year’s

corruption trial.


Sayles Werbner Attorney Darren Nicholson quoted in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Bell affiliate sues to block release of documents

A Bell Helicopter subsidiary is suing the Defense Department to block the release of government documents to a former executive who was fired last year.

The executive, Michael Prieto, was terminated as president of Bell Aerospace Services in June 2008. Prieto later filed a lawsuit alleging that Bell wrongfully fired him after he discovered and tried to investigate ethical problems, including mischarging the government for expenses on military contracts.


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