May 30

Sayles Werbner Among 'Go-To Law Firms' for Fortune 500

DALLAS – The Dallas law firm Sayles Werbner is recognized among the country’s top litigation firms in the prestigious 2007 Guide to Go-To Law Firms.

The guide, compiled by Corporate Counsel magazine and American Lawyer Media, highlights the law firms the nation’s top companies choose to handle their most significant legal matters. The guide is published in the May 14, 2007 issue of Fortune magazine.

To develop the guide, Corporate Counsel and ALM conduct an annual survey of the general counsels of the Fortune 500 companies. Each is asked to name the outside firms they turn to in five practice areas: corporate transactions, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, and European Union matters. Less than one half of one per cent of all U.S. law firms make the list.

“We’re honored to be included in the ‘Guide to Go-To Law Firms,’” says founding partner Dick Sayles. “It reinforces our commitment to always provide the finest representation to all our clients.”

“We certainly don’t do what we do to win awards,” adds founding partner Mark Werbner. “But being part of this prestigious list is really special, since it comes from clients. All of us at the firm are extremely proud and grateful.”

Sayles Werbner represents clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses in commercial litigation, controversies involving product liability and intellectual property matters, and its high-profile cases have been featured in many of the nation’s leading business and legal publications. The National Law Journal has named Sayles Werbner as one of the top five law firms in the nation based on its success, and, in 2005, noted the firm’s victory in a bus accident lawsuit as one of the year’s Top 100 Verdicts.

Sayles Werbner has an international reputation as a “go to” trial law firm in multifaceted business and product liability litigation, patent litigation, life-altering personal injury cases, product safety lawsuits and other areas of the law. 

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