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Every year, D Magazine asks lawyers throughout North Texas to candidly nominate peer attorneys for its Best Lawyers in Dallas list. For a region full of great lawyers, it’s tough competition to find a place on the list.
Join us in congratulating firm co-founder Majed Nachawati and firm partner Darren McDowell for their inclusion in D’s exclusive 2021 listing.

D Magazine profiled Fears Nachawati attorneys Bryan Fears and Patrick Luff in its May issue, highlighting their work on behalf of Texans impacted by the blackouts caused by February’s winter storms. Read more about how Bryan and Patrick are working to hold the utility companies accountable and bring our local communities relief.
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While the recent winter storms affected the entire country, Texas was uniquely unprepared for them. Individuals, families, and businesses have suffered damage to their homes and the places they work, absurd energy charges, not to mention injury and loss of life.
Holding Electric Companies Responsible
ERCOT, which manages the state’s electricity grid, and the American Electric Power Company, which is

Understanding how black boxes work and what data they contain is crucial when reconstructing a motor vehicle crash. Read this informative article featured in Trial Magazine, written by Fears Nachawati attorney, Patrick Luff, on what you can learn from a black box, how you and your crash reconstruction expert can use the information, and some of its limitations.
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Many cancer victims critical of settlement structure, vow to pursue jury trials.
DALLAS – More than 40,000 current claims on behalf of individuals diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma after exposure to the Bayer Monsanto Roundup herbicide remain unresolved as criticism mounts that a proposed settlement framework is inconsistent and unfair to cancer victims.
Plaintiffs in multidistrict litigation (MDL) against Roundup maker

Agrochemical giant Syngenta Group, based in Switzerland and Chinese-owned, has downplayed the dangers of paraquat for generations, leaving farm workers and others exposed to the chemical with mounting medical bills and a severely impacted quality of life.
Fears Nachawati Law Firm is fighting back. The firm recently filed the first federal lawsuits on behalf of two men diagnosed with Parkinson’s

Guidelines say plaintiffs in mass litigation benefit from more diverse legal teams.
Trial lawyers at Fears Nachawati Law Firm have joined a coalition of law firms, judges and legal scholars as inaugural signatories on the Judicial Appointments Inclusivity Standard developed by the James F. Humphreys Complex Litigation Center at George Washington Law School.
These guidelines and best practices encourage judges

Fears Nachawati Law Firm is pleased to announce the promotion of Avani Javia to the position of Chief Operations Officer (COO).
Avani has been with Fears Nachawati Law Firm for 13 years and is a licensed attorney. Since joining the firm in 2008 as a legal assistant, her role expanded over the years beyond legal work to business operations. Avani

Fears Nachawati Law Firm is pleased to announce the promotion of three new partners: Brice Burris, Sarah Poormon, and Steve Schulte.
The three attorneys have proven their ability to attain strong results for Fears Nachawati clients and will each bring unique experiences to the partnership team. Burris, Poormon, and Schulte will join founding partners Bryan Fears and Majed Nachawati, as

D Magazine highlighted new developments in the opioid litigation involving the government, plaintiffs, and other firms in cases that are some of the most complex ever attempted.

Fears Nachawati, a Local Law Firm, is Taking on the OxyContin Industry and Winning
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma reached a global $8