Angel Reyes, III is Founder and Managing Partner of Reyes Bartolomei Browne. He began his legal career on Wall Street, subsequently relocated to Dallas, Texas and opened a small law firm. Within just a few years, the firm grew to become a leading, highly-respected national litigation practice.
As both an MBA and widely-heralded attorney, Angel's combination of business and litigation acumen provides a balanced approach to strategies which are both aggressive and tempered with the appropriate level of caution. He has been involved with the legal, transactional and capital structuring of over $400 million, including commercial real estate, numerous tort settlements, early stage company capital raises and follow-on offerings. Additionally, Angel has advised numerous executives, business owners and highly successful individuals in both litigation and business matters.
Angel was named to the Super Lawyers list, the top honor issued to the best lawyers in Texas for 2008 and 2009. Angel is often quoted by newspapers and periodicals throughout the country, and is a frequent guest on both national and local television and radio shows.
Recipient: Texas Diversity Council's Diversity, 2008; 100 Best Trial Lawyers in America, American Trial Lawyers Association; Individual Winner, Texas Diversity Council Best Practices and Diversity (First Award). Scholarship Banquet. Author: ET AL., Hispanic Heresy, "What is the Impact of America's Largest Population of Immigrants?," Mead Publishing 2009; with Bradley Ewing, Mark Thompson and James Wetherbe, "Examination and Comparison of Hispanic and White Unemployment Rates," Journal of Business Valuation and Economic Loss Analysis, Volume 3, Issue 1, Article 11, 2008; "Spanish Language Marketing - Where do we go from here?," Texas Tech University White Paper, Spring 2007; with Lorin Subar, "Liability for Slips and Falls is Alive and Kicking," Texas Lawyer, Vol. 18, No. 29, September 23, 2002; "To Grow or Not to Grow: Can You Afford to Answer That Question?," Houston Trial Lawyer's Association Newsletter, Fall 2002. Speaking Engagements: WKRS-AM, Chicago, "The Libby Collins Show," June 8, 2009; "Orlando Sentinel, Why are Hispanics last in first out of jobs?," June 4, 2009; "Pharmaceutical Drug Update," Mass Torts Made Perfect Continuing Legal Education, March 2009; "Fentanyl Litigation - It's Only Getting Worse," Louisiana Association of Justice Annual "Last Chance," Continuing Legal Education, December 2008; "Fentanyl Pain Patch Litigation Update," Mass Torts Made Perfect Continuing Legal Education, April 2008; with Eric Pearson, "Technology and the Art of Persuasion," Georgia Trial Lawyers Annual Continuing Legal Education, March 2008; "Duragesic Litigation 101," American Association for Justice Winter Convention, January 2008; "How to Get the Cases," Mass Torts Made Perfect Continuing Legal Education, November 2007; "Mass Tort Cases," an Update, Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association Continuing Legal Education, November 2007; "Rainmaking," University of Texas School of Law Continuing Legal Education, January 2006; "From Sign Up to Settlement," University of Texas School of Law Continuing Legal Education, January 2005; "Where are We Now?," Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Real World Continuing Legal Education, July 2003. Managing Director: Cambria Investment Management, Inc.; Alta Verde Group. Executive Committee and Chair of Volunteer, Engagement Cabinet, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. Vice-Chair, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Leadership Dallas Class of 2006, Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce. Co-Chairman: Atmos Energy Customer Advisory Board; Dallas Hispanic Bar Association Annual Event Honoring Corporate Counsel Diversity; Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber Awards Banquet; Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce "Stars on the Rise". Chairman, Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament. Hispanic Advisory Committee, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of North Texas. Advisory Board, St. Jude Children's Hospital Night of Hope. Member: Dallas 100, Dallas Business Journal, SMU Cox School of Business; LULAC Council 100; State Bar of Texas Lawyer Referral & Information Services Committee.
Areas of Law:
-Head and Spine Injuries
-Nursing Home Abuse
-Drugs and Medical Devices
-Slip and Fall
-Insurance Bad Faith
-Admitted in 1992, Texas and New York
-U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
-U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas
Law School Attended:
University of Michigan Law School
University of Kansas
Texas Tech University, Rawls School of Business