Jan 05

Sayles Werbner Continues Firm Support for Dallas Bar Association

DALLAS – The Dallas law firm of Sayles Werbner is continuing its tradition of support for worthwhile and influential organizations in the legal community as part of the upcoming Dallas Bar Association Inauguration set for Jan. 15, 2011. Click here to get tickets.

Noted Dallas attorney Barry Sorrels will be inaugurated as DBA President during the black-tie ceremony taking place at the Westin Galleria in Dallas. Mr. Sorrels, one of the leading white-collar criminal defense attorneys in the U.S., has been active in various DBA leadership roles for years.

Founded in 1873, the DBA is one of the oldest local bar associations in Texas. With more than 10,000 voluntary members, the DBA is dedicated to the continuing education of its members as well as public service programs and improvement of the administration of justice.

Sayles Werbner and firm founders Richard Sayles and Mark Werbner, both longtime DBA members and supporters, are sponsoring the popular “Casino Party” charity activities following the inaugural dinner. Mr. Werbner and Mr. Sorrels are 1978 graduates of the Southern Methodist University School of Law. 

“Our firm is proud to support the efforts of the Dallas Bar Association and incoming President Barry Sorrels, my close friend of many years,” says Mr. Werbner. “Local bar associations play a vital role in the community, and there’s no doubt that Barry will lead the Dallas Bar to even greater accomplishments.”

Mr. Sorrels is a founding member of Dallas’ Sorrels Udashen & Anton, a nationally prominent criminal defense firm that recently was ranked as the city’s top law firm for criminal matters by the publishers of The Best Lawyers in America. 

Mr. Werbner and Mr. Sayles both previously were honored as the TEX-ABOTA “Trial Lawyer of the Year,” with Mr. Sayles earning the honor in 2010. 

Sayles Werbner maintains an international reputation as a proven trial law firm in complex business litigation, intellectual property matters, life-altering personal injury cases, product safety claims and practically every type of case that requires courtroom expertise.


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