DALLAS – Accomplished courtroom attorney Jason D. Cassady of Dallas’ Caldwell Cassady & Curry is one of only 20 young lawyers in the state to be selected to the 2016 Lawyers on the Rise listing by Texas Lawyer newspaper.
The list of outstanding lawyers under age 40 was compiled based on nominations and an extensive editorial review by Texas Lawyer, the state’s oldest independent publication devoted to law and legal issues. Representing the next generation of leading attorneys, these honorees have established a track record of legal accomplishments.
Mr. Cassady is a veteran business and intellectual property litigator who has successfully handled critically important cases for business and technology clients in courtrooms across the U.S. He has helped win numerous verdicts that have ranked among the largest in the nation. In addition, Mr. Cassady has been recognized in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America; D Magazine’s 2016 Best Lawyers in Dallas; and the annual Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars list where he has appeared for eight years.
Along with fellow name principals Brad Caldwell and Austin Curry, Mr. Cassady has won some of the largest verdicts in U.S. history, including multimillion-dollar awards for clients in patent infringement cases against technology giants Apple and Microsoft. Earlier this year, he helped negotiate a significant settlement for a client involved in a co-founder dispute over a popular invention that allows users to conduct credit card transactions on their mobile phones.
To learn more about Mr. Cassady and his expertise, click here: http://caldwellcc.com/bio-jason-d-cassady.
Mr. Cassady and the other honorees are featured in the September issue of Texas Lawyer and he was honored at a Sept. 13 event at the Belo Mansion in Dallas.
Dallas-based Caldwell Cassady & Curry represents clients in intellectual property disputes and commercial litigation claims. The firm is home to trial lawyers who have tried and won some of the biggest verdicts of the past decade against some of the largest companies in the world.