Sayles Werbner Once Again Named to Best Law Firms Listing
Best Lawyers, U.S. News & World Report ranks firm for commercial litigation, white collar criminal defense
DALLAS – U.S. News & World Report and The Best Lawyers in America have named Dallas-based Sayles Werbner to the 2018 Best Law Firms list, an honor earned by the firm every year since 2010.
Recognized for its work in commercial litigation and white-collar criminal defense, the firm received a Metropolitan Tier 1 ranking for both practices.
“This is an honor for our entire team,” said firm co-founder Richard A. “Dick” Sayles. “We work hard for our clients and it’s great to be recognized by the legal community and our clients.”
To be eligible for Best Law Firms consideration, a firm must have at least one lawyer already recognized by The Best Lawyers in America. Rankings are compiled following an evaluation process that includes client and lawyer feedback, and peer review from leading lawyers in their field.
Sayles Werbner is nationally known for employing innovative courtroom strategies, as well as achieving success in high-profile legal disputes, including a groundbreaking terrorism lawsuit that led to the first civil liability verdict against a foreign bank for providing material financial support to terrorists.
The firm’s list of professional accolades is lengthy. The Best Lawyers in America included both Dick Sayles and Mark Werbner in its 2018 edition and honored each as Lawyers of the Year in their respective practice areas.
Last year, Sayles was also honored as a Lions of the Bar by The Texas Lawbook. He and firm co-founder Mark Werbner were selected to the 2018 edition of Benchmark Litigation and the 2017 Texas Super Lawyers list. Werbner was honored among the Texas Super Lawyers Top 10 attorneys for business litigation and joined Sayles on the list of Top 100 attorneys in Texas and in the Dallas-Fort Worth area
Sayles Werbner maintains an international reputation as a proven trial law firm in complex business litigation, life-altering personal injury cases, and practically every type of case that requires courtroom expertise.