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Locke Lord is a full-service law firm with global reach that ranks among The American Lawyer’s top U.S. law firms. Our team has earned a solid reputation in complex litigation, white collar crime & investigations, regulatory, and transactional work. We serve our clients’ interests first, and these clients range from Fortune 500 and middle market public and private companies to start-ups and emerging businesses. At Locke Lord, diversity and inclusion are integral parts of our strategic plan for success. In order to have a healthy, successful workplace and provide clients with the highest-quality representation, our lawyers and staff must be free to be themselves. To that end, the environment must not only be free of all forms of discrimination but also celebrate the broadest possible spectrum of viewpoints, perspectives and backgrounds. At Locke Lord, we celebrate individuality and promote diversity and inclusion.

Dean Gresham is a founding member of GRESHAM pc, a firm specializing in catastrophic injury litigation and also a named partner of Steckler Gresham Cochran PLLC, a firm handling commercial and class action litigation across the country. Dean is consistently chosen by his peers as one of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2009 – 2019), as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in Texas by TNTLA (2009-2019), as a Texas SuperLawyer by Law & Politics Magazine from 2012-2019, as a member of the “Nations Top One Percent” by the Nation Association of Distinguished Counsel.  Dean built his practice by establishing co-counsel relationships with other firms that have placed their trust and confidence in him.  If you are interested in discussing the possibility of partnering with Dean, either as co-counsel or as referring counsel, please contact him to discuss your case.