Dallas law firm Powers Taylor, LLP is pleased to announce that founding partner Patrick Powers has recently been honored by induction as a life member into the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, The Top Trial Lawyers in America®. Membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forumis limited to trial attorneys who are members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, have acted as principal counsel in at least one case that has resulted in a multi-million dollar verdict, award, or settlement. Currently, there are only approximately 4000 members of this prestigious group throughout the country, which represents less than 1% of all attorneys in the United States.
“We are extremely proud of Patrick’s recent induction into such an exclusive group of trial attorneys. His commitment to aggressively pursuing cases for our clients has resulted in large recoveries, which is a direct reflection of our firm’s results-oriented approach to litigation.” said Mark Taylor, partner at Powers Taylor, LLP.
“I am very honored to be inducted into this group of talented attorneys,” said Patrick Powers. “This recognition is a result of our commitment to uncompromising legal work in each and every case, and for each and every client.”
Patrick’s practice includes representing shareholders in derivative lawsuits and federal securities class action cases nationwide, as well as representing clients in catastrophic personal injury cases, fighting for minority shareholders in private business breakups, and representing companies and individuals in complex commercial litigation matters.
Powers Taylor, LLP is a boutique litigation firm located in Dallas, Texas. The shareholder litigation attorneys at Powers Taylor, LLP handle a variety of shareholder derivative litigation claims, cases involving corporate and officer fraud, and pursue federal class action securities cases across the country. In addition, the firm’s Dallas shareholder rights attorneys regularly represent minority shareholders and limited liability company owners of private closely-held Texas companies in litigation involving minority shareholder oppression, illegal squeeze-outs, and improper dilution of ownership.