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Best Lawyers in America Honors Derrick Boyd Following String of Large Commercial Litigation Verdicts

2019-08-16T16:43:13-05:00August 16th, 2019|News|

Boyd, Powers & Williamson is pleased to announce that founding partner Derrick Boyd has been selected to the 2020 edition of Best Lawyers in America following a series of significant complex business litigation verdicts.

The oldest and among the most respected peer reviewed attorney guides in the country, Best Lawyers accepts outside nominations from attorneys, corporate leaders and the general public. Comprehensive review includes attorneys within the same geographical region and share a practice focus. Final selections are made by the Best Lawyers research team and represent the top 4 percent of practicing attorneys in the United States.

In May 2019, Mr. Boyd won a significant jury verdict for Fort Worth-based telecom company XIP LLC in a trade dress and trade secrets suit against CommTech Sales LLC of Plano. In June 2019, a Tarrant County judge entered a $26.5 final judgment for XIP.

In February 2019, Mr. Boyd secured a $1.7 million verdict against Ohio-based financial services firm Equity Trust Co. on behalf of an individual investor. The jury in that case agreed that Equity Trust Co. had knowingly and substantially aided a notorious Ponzi scheme operated by Robert Langguth in the Austin-area from 2004 to 2009 that duped approximately 125 investors with the fraudulent investment scheme.

In July 2018, a Dallas judge entered a final judgment in support of a December 2017 jury verdict against BBVA Compass and one of its executives. As lead trial attorney, Mr. Boyd successfully argued that a BBVA executive committed fraud during loan renewal and modification negotiations with the developer of three luxury subdivisions in northeast Tarrant County. The $96.2 million final judgment preserved all but one portion of the original jury verdict and added pre- and post-verdict interest.

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