D Magazine Inducts Dick Sayles into Hall of Fame for 2023

DALLAS – Firm founder Richard A. “Dick” Sayles has been selected to D Magazine’s second annual Best Lawyers Hall of Fame. The list recognizes those at the top of their field in a range of professional services, ranking honorees among the most respected and influential professionals in North Texas.   Mr. Sayles’ selection was based on […]

Dick Sayles Speaks at Eastern District of Texas Bench Bar Conference

Firm founder Richard A. “Dick” Sayles was recently featured as a panelist at the 2023 Eastern District of Texas (EDTX) Bench Bar conference, one of the top bench bar conferences in the nation.  The annual event draws judges, lawyers, topic speakers, guests and other participants from across the country and has a reputation of being the “go-to […]

Dick Sayles Earns Repeat Best Lawyers in America Recognition

Acclaimed trial lawyer Richard A. “Dick” Sayles continues to garner professional recognition for litigation expertise with placement in the 2024 edition of Best Lawyers in America.  

Firm founder Mr. Sayles is honored for commercial and bet-the-company litigation. He has been recognized on the prestigious list each year since 2006.

Litigator Who Opened Bradley Arant’s Dallas Office Goes Solo   

The litigator who Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP lured away from his own boutique firm to help open its Dallas office four years ago has departed to open another new firm. 
Veteran trial lawyer Richard A. “Dick” Sayles opened Sayles Law Firm at the beginning of June. In an email on Monday, Sayles told Law360 he thrives in the courtroom and doesn’t plan to stay out of it for too long.

Dick Sayles’ Fourth and Final Act: Master of the Courtroom

Dick Sayles has spent his nearly five decades as a Dallas trial lawyer going, as Bob Seger would say, against the wind. 

On Friday, Sayles announced that he has departed Bradley Arant to start The Sayles Law Firm with a unique business strategy: He is not seeking any new clients. He is hiring no additional lawyers. And his business plan calls for no future growth or expansion.