Majed Nachawati Appointed to Dallas Bar’s Legal Ethics Committee
DALLAS – Trial attorney Majed Nachawati, co-founding partner of Fears Nachawati Law Firm, has been appointed to the Legal Ethics Committee of the Dallas Bar Association for 2019.
The Legal Ethics Committee is responsible for establishing and presenting the slate of ethics-related continuing legal education programs, including the DBA’s annual legal ethics seminar.
“Ethics is the foundation of the legal profession,” said Mr. Nachawati. “You must have the trust of your peers, clients and the community to be effective. Cutting corners or acting in a self-serving manner undermines our judicial system. I look forward to working with this group on this very important mission.”
Mr. Nachawati is known for his formidable trial practice which focuses on representing individuals, businesses and public entities in high-stakes litigation, including clients in mass tort lawsuits against unscrupulous opioid manufacturers and distributors. His practice also includes representation of public entities in environmental and water contamination matters throughout the nation.
A known leader in the Texas legal community, Mr. Nachawati serves as District Chairman for the State Bar of Texas District 6 Grievance Committee and as a member of the DBA’s Lawyer Referral Service Committee. In addition, he serves on the Public Justice Board of Directors and the Texas Trial Lawyers Association Board of Directors. He is a member of the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice’s Leaders Forum.
Dallas-based Fears Nachawati Law Firm represents individuals and businesses in cases involving public entities, private entities, mass torts, serious personal injury, auto accidents, drug and medical device cases, wrongful death, business and family law, bankruptcy, and criminal defense matters.