Nov 04
Sayles Werbner Selected to 2019 Guide to Nation’s Best Law Firms

Sayles Werbner Selected to 2019 Guide to Nation’s Best Law Firms

Dallas-based trial law firm earns notice for seven litigation specialties

DALLAS – High-stakes trial law firm Sayles Werbner has earned selection to the 2019 edition of the Best Law Firms guide published by U.S. News & World Report and The Best Lawyers in America, a distinction the firm has claimed since 2010.

This year, the firm received Tier 1 rankings for its practices in commercial litigation, white-collar criminal defense, intellectual property litigation, securities litigation and plaintiffs’ personal injury work in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. In addition, the firm is honored for its expertise in product liability and legal malpractice defense.

The Best Law Firms rankings are based on an evaluation process that includes input from clients and lawyers, as well as peer review from leading lawyers in their field. The full 2019 law firm rankings can be viewed at

To be eligible for the designation, a law firm must have at least one lawyer on the list of The Best Lawyers in America. Sayles Werbner had seven attorneys recognized in the 2019 legal guide, including firm co-founders Richard A. “Dick” Sayles and Mark S. Werbner for their commercial and bet-the-company litigation. Werbner is also honored for his white-collar criminal defense work.

The firm is repeatedly included in national listings for its work in high-profile cases, including Benchmark Litigation, Super Lawyers and Chambers USA. Successes include the top patent infringement award ever issued by a U.S. jury; the nation’s first civil liability verdict against a foreign bank for providing material financial support to terrorists; and one of the top business fraud verdicts ever awarded in Dallas County.

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.

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