Trial Attorney Bryan Haynes Joins Klemchuk LLP as Partner

United States, Texas, Dallas – 05-20-2020 ( — DALLAS, Texas, May 20, 2020 (PR Distribution) — Klemchuk LLP, a leading litigation, intellectual property (IP), and business law firm, announces that experienced trial attorney Bryan Haynes has joined the firm as Partner. 

“We are pleased to add Bryan as the lead trial lawyer to our litigation team. He’s an accomplished trial attorney—and a great person. We look forward to building an even more dynamic litigation practice with him,” said Managing Partner Darin Klemchuk.

Bryan is a trial attorney who has, in his 29+ years of practicing, tried more than 60 trials and arbitrations as lead counsel throughout Texas and across the United States. He draws on his broad experience in both state and federal courts to prosecute and defend cases involving complex commercial disputes, intellectual property matters, fiduciary duty issues, corporate “divorces”, and officer & director litigation.

“Klemchuk’s dedicated litigation and intellectual property platform, along with its commitments to excellent work product and team effort, will enable me to best serve our clients in complex disputes across Texas and the U.S.,” said Bryan Haynes. “I look forward to working with my new colleagues as we expand upon Klemchuk’s already significant reputation for protecting innovation through superior service.”

Bryan’s full professional profile:

We invite you to read our Q&A with Bryan, to get to know him as a trial attorney, lead counsel, and avid traveler:

About the firm:

Klemchuk LLP is a litigation, intellectual property, transactional, and international law firm dedicated to protecting innovation. The firm provides tailored legal solutions to industries including software, technology, retail, real estate, consumer goods, ecommerce, telecommunications, restaurant, energy, media, and professional services.

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