Dwight M. Francis

Co-Chair, Cybersecurity and Privacy Legal Services
Partner, Litigation
Dallas
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4264 f 214.999.3264
dfrancis@gardere.com

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Dwight Francis has devoted his career to complex business litigation and has extensive courtroom experience. He has both defended and prosecuted suits involving claims of theft of trade secrets, tortious interference with contractual and business relations, directors and officers disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, and many other commercial disputes in federal and state courts across the country.

Employing a unique approach to litigation matters, Dwight tailors his representation directly to his clients' needs and goals. Early on, Dwight conducts a case assessment. During this assessment, he works with the client to define its goals and to prepare a case strategy so that those goals may be met whether through alternative dispute resolution, summary judgment or trial on the merits of the case.

This approach has been effectively used by Dwight in his role as national counsel for numerous entities. As national counsel, he manages outside counsel and serves as lead trial counsel. Dwight’s clients are in various industries, including insurance, oil and gas, health care, manufacturing, airlines, motor club, third-party administrators and others.

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