Aug 15
Sayles Werbner Attorneys Earn Spots in 2017 Best Lawyers in America

Sayles Werbner Attorneys Earn Spots in 2017 Best Lawyers in America

Dick Sayles, Mark Werbner again recognized for their work in high-stakes trials

DALLAS – The publishers of The Best Lawyers in America once again are recognizing Dallas trial lawyers Richard A. “Dick” Sayles and Mark. S. Werbner of Sayles Werbner as two of the top attorneys in Texas and the nation.

The 2017 edition of Best Lawyers is based on independent nominations submitted by lawyers, clients and others, followed by a review conducted by prior Best Lawyers honorees who handle the same types of cases. The final selections are determined by the publication’s editors.

Both Sayles and Werbner have been honored in Best Lawyers for more than a decade based on their work for clients in state and federal courts. Together, they have won some of the highest-profile cases in the nation’s history, including the largest patent infringement award ever issued by a U.S. jury; the first civil liability verdict against a foreign bank for providing material financial support to terrorists; one of the top business fraud verdicts ever awarded in Dallas County; and one of the highest-profile patent cases to reach the U.S. Supreme Court in years.

Sayles is listed in the 2017 Best Lawyers edition in recognition of his work in commercial litigation and bet-the-company litigation. He is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in both Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law.

Werbner is recognized for his work in bet-the-company litigation, commercial litigation and white-collar criminal defense. He is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law and Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

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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