D Magazine has named Bruce Steckler and Dean Gresham of the Dallas-based law firm Steckler Gresham Cochran to the “Best Lawyers in Dallas” list for their achievements in class action litigation. Both Bruce and Dean have extensive experience defending clients who have been harmed by corporations in complex class action lawsuits, such as the NFL Concussion case. This is both attorneys’ sixth year receiving this honor.
Bruce Steckler is known as an aggressive advocate willing to take innovative approaches to achieve success. He has been appointed by both federal and state courts to lead some of the most significant cases in the United States, including U.S.A. – Chinese Drywall MDL, Bank Overdraft MDL, and GranuFlo MDL. In 2012, he was named a finalist for Public Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year, was selected by the NLJ for the Plaintiff’s Hot List in 2011, and listed on Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers in 2016. Bruce has been recognized by D Magazine on the “Best Lawyers in Dallas” over the past decade for his work in personal injury, tort and product liability, mass tort and class action lawsuits.
Dean Gresham is known for his relentless “leave no stone unturned” approach to complex litigation and has faced off against some of the largest corporations in the world. Licensed in Texas and Oklahoma, he routinely handles class action, products liability, personal injury, and whistleblower/qui tam cases across the United States. He served as co-lead against Google in the “click fraud” class action and is currently representing the Texas class representative in the GM Ignition Switch litigation. Dean is consistently recognized by his peers as one of D Magazine’s “Best Lawyers in Dallas.”
The annual guide to North Texas’ top attorneys is based on nominations submitted by lawyers throughout the DFW area. These nominations are then evaluated by an exclusive panel of preeminent local lawyers and the publication’s editors, who compile a final list of outstanding Texas attorneys from more than 35 practice areas.