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Will serve as Member in firm’s Business Litigation Practice Group

Ray Guy has joined Frost Brown Todd’s (FBT) litigation practice. Guy is the former head of the Dallas litigation team for Weil, Gotshal & Manges. For more than 40 years, he has handled federal and state civil litigation matters in a variety of industries, including banking and finance, securities, technology and private equity. Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and licensed to practice in New York as well as Texas, Guy has represented clients in state and federal courts throughout the United States and in arbitration proceedings in the United States and overseas. He has argued appeals before the Texas and Delaware Supreme Courts and U.S. and Texas Courts of Appeals. For more information, visit Frost Brown Todd’s website.

“FBT couldn’t ask for a better way to start the new year than adding the talent and legacy of Ray,” said FBT Dallas Member-in-Charge Dan Novakov. “He’s not only a great lawyer but is an even better person. He is highly respected in the legal community and corporate world. Our entire office looks forward to the mentorship he will provide. We couldn’t ask for a better fit to our inclusive culture and passionate work ethic.”

“I’m excited to be joining the growing Dallas office of an outstanding law firm,” said Guy.  “I relish and enjoy being a trial lawyer, and I look forward to continuing to represent clients in complex commercial litigation and arbitration as part of the FBT team.”

The highest-ranking graduate in his class at the University of Texas School of Law, Guy has earned numerous awards on the local, regional and national level, including being named among the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine; a Best Lawyer in the fields of Commercial Litigation, Securities Litigation, and Banking and Finance Litigation by Best Lawyers in America; a “Lion of the Texas Bar” by Texas Lawbook; and a Local Litigation Star for Texas by Benchmark Legal. He has served as a leader for community organizations, including as a deacon at First Baptist Church of Richardson.