Jared Slade, a member of the firm’s Litigation & Trial Practice Group in Dallas, has handled a variety of commercial litigation matters in the financial services, real estate, health care and telecommunications industries.
He has advised financial services providers in suits alleging breach of contract, fraud and numerous federal and state securities law violations, assisted on construction litigation matters, represented an engineering company facing negligent design claims and handled numerous actions relating to fiduciary duties for trustees, general partners and managing members.
He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants. He has won numerous verdicts as first chair, including in a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) defense and a breach of contract arbitration. He earned his J.D. from Duke University School of Law.
Among his experiences there, he participated in the Community Enterprise Clinic and served as a staff writer for the Duke Law & Technology Review. Before law school, Jared received his A.B. in government from Harvard University.
Bar Admissions : Texas, Florida
Duke University (J.D., 2007)
Harvard University (A.B., 2003)
Harvard Club of Dallas, president
Dallas Bar Association, Publications Committee, former co-chair
Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Leadership Class 2014