Business Litigation, Business Restructuring
LFDS Named Top U.S. Law Firm for Business Disputes
National Law Journal names LFDS best in class
DALLAS – Dallas business trial law firm Loewinsohn Flegle Deary Simon is the best in the U.S. in business tort cases, according to research by three of the country’s most respected legal publications.
A boutique trial firm with lawyers known for sophisticated and results-oriented business trial work, Loewinsohn Flegle Deary Simon emerged in the No. 1 spot for the Elite Trial Lawyers award, based on research by VerdictSearch, The National Law Journal and Law.com. Three of the firm’s co-founders, Alan Loewinsohn, Craig Simon, and Matt Ray, accepted the award during a reception at the Las Vegas Bellagio Hotel on October 5.
The Elite Trial Lawyers honor underscores the firm’s reputation on the national stage and follows a stellar period for the firm, which included a trial victory that resulted in a $6 billion verdict – the largest verdict of 2017 and one of the Top 10 verdicts in U.S. history. The trial team for that victory was led by Alan Loewinsohn and included partners Kerry Schonwald and Jim Flegle.
“We like to let our work speak for itself, and it does every single day,” said Mr. Loewinsohn. “This national recognition is important validation from the broader business and legal communities that our trial work ranks among the nation’s best.”
The firm’s reputation in the courtroom has long been known within legal and business circles, where LFDS lawyers have tried and resolved many high-profile, complex business disputes on both sides of the docket on behalf of Fortune 500 companies, privately owned businesses and individuals.
“Clients come to us for their most critical business disputes because they recognize the business and legal expertise we bring in the courtroom and the value we provide as problem-solvers and trial lawyers,” said Mr. Simon.
Loewinsohn Flegle Deary Simon LLP represents clients in business disputes, employment law, bankruptcy litigation and business restructuring.