Sayles Werbner Dallas Attorneys Named To 2015 Texas Super Lawyers Listing
Co-Founder Sayles Recognized as One of Texas’ Top 10 Attorneys for Seventh Time
DALLAS – Four attorneys from Dallas’ Sayles Werbner are being honored among the state’s top attorneys in the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers listing, which recognizes legal leaders in various areas of the law.
Firm co-founder Richard A. “Dick” Sayles once again earned a spot on the Top 10 list based on the number of nominations he received from other Texas attorneys. This is the seventh time Sayles has been selected to the Top 10, and the sixth year in a row. He also was named among the Top 100 lawyers in Texas and the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He was chosen for his work in business litigation.
Fellow firm co-founder Mark S. Werbner also earned selection to the 2015 list of Texas’ best attorneys based on his business litigation expertise. Like Sayles, Werbner was named to the Top 100 lists for Texas and Dallas/Fort Worth, marking his 13th consecutive appearance on each. In addition, attorney William S. Snyder marks the eighth consecutive year he’s been recognized in the prestigious annual listing for his representation of clients in business litigation matters.
Also honored is firm attorney Mark D. Strachan, earning a place on the Texas Super Lawyers listing for the third year. He was chosen for his work in intellectual property law. Earlier this year, Strachan worked with Sayles, Werbner and fellow firm attorney Darren P. Nicholson on behalf of client Commil USA to win a favorable ruling at the U.S. Supreme Court in one of the most closely watched patent cases to reach the nation’s highest court in years.
In August, the firm, led by Mark Werbner, helped a group of victims of overseas terrorism attacks secure a confidential settlement with Jordan-based Arab Bank in the first lawsuit in U.S history where a foreign bank was held liable for providing material financial support to terrorists.
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.