DALLAS, Sept. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Acclaimed Dallas lawyer Matt Yarbrough once again has earned a spot on the annual Texas Super Lawyers list of the state's top attorneys.
Mr. Yarbrough is featured in the 2011 edition of Texas Super Lawyers based on his work in business litigation. This marks the ninth consecutive year he has earned the distinction, after appearing on every Texas Super Lawyers list since it was first published in 2003.
The founder of Dallas' Yarbrough Law Group PC, Mr. Yarbrough represents clients in complex commercial litigation, intellectual property disputes and white-collar criminal cases. He also is among the nation's leading experts in cybercrime issues and digital discovery.
The 2011 Texas Super Lawyers distinction is the latest recognition for Mr. Yarbrough, who also has been named by D Magazine as one of the top lawyers in Dallas. Texas Lawyer newspaper highlighted him among the "Go-To Lawyers for High Tech Texas Companies," and the Dallas Business Journal profiled him as one of the top businesses defense lawyers in North Texas on two separate occasions.
This year's Texas Super Lawyers list appears in the October 2011 editions of Texas Monthly and Texas Super Lawyers magazines, and is available online at www.superlawyers.com. To determine the 2011 honorees, researchers with Thomson Reuters' legal division reviewed nominations from attorneys across Texas. A panel of lawyers hand-picked by Texas Super Lawyers editors assisted with final selections, and fewer than 5 percent of all Texas attorneys earned the recognition this year.
The Yarbrough Law Group is a Dallas-based firm that represents businesses and individuals in business litigation, intellectual property, white collar criminal defense, data security, data breach, privacy issues, governmental compliance, immigration, and internal investigations. More information is available at http://www.ylawgroup.com.
For more information on Mr. Yarbrough and the Yarbrough Law Group, contact Mark Annick at 214-559-4630 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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