D Magazine's Best Lawyers in Dallas List Features 11 Gardere Attorneys


Eleven Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP attorneys have been selected for inclusion in D Magazine's "Best Lawyers in Dallas" 2014 listing, which is featured in the publication's May issue.

Congratulations to the following Gardere attorneys:

Val J. Albright, Tax: Litigation
Beverly B. Godbey, Insurance Law
Steve Good, Tax: General
Rick Jordan, Corporate Securities/Capital Markets
Kevin L. Kelley, Real Estate
Alan J. Perkins, Corporate Law: Mergers & Acquisitions
Richard M. Roberson, Bankruptcy & Workout
Deirdre B. Ruckman, Bankruptcy & Workout
Paul V. Storm, Intellectual Property
David H. Timmins, Insurance Law
Peter S. Vogel, Digital Information

"These lawyers, and the diversity of their practices, demonstrate Gardere's commitment to our clients to provide expertise in multiple disciplines of law by the best lawyers in their fields," says Gardere Chair Holland N. O'Neil. "This recognition by our peers and others in the Dallas community is appreciated by all of us and well-deserved by these shining examples!"

Each year, D Magazine conducts an extensive search for the best local legal professionals, inviting nearly 9,000 attorneys in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex to vote for their peers. After the close of the nomination process, finalists are selected by an independent panel of anonymous lawyers and D Magazine's editorial staff. The complete list can be viewed on the publication's website,

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