Waddell Serafino Geary Rechner Jenevein, PC | Law Firm in Dallas, Phoenix and Las Vegas | Benjamin Sley
   Dallas 214-979-7400 
        Phoenix 602-666-8410 
         Las Vegas 702-331-8470
          Houston 281-934-7678
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Benjamin  Sley


Business and Commercial Litigation
Civil Litigation, Negligence, and Tort Liability
Construction Law


Baylor University Law School, J.D. 1974
SMU Dedman School of Law, LL.M. 1981 (Taxation)
University of Illinois at Chicago, John Marshall Law School, LL.M. with Honors, 1998  (Intellectual Property)
Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi, B.S. Chemistry, 1997
University of Colorado, B.S. Poli. Sci. 1971



U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Circuit Courts of Appeal
U.S. District Court for the Northern, Western, Eastern and Southern Districts of Texas
United States Patent and Trademark Office, Attorney Reg. No. 40,817
Benjamin Sley
Tel: 469-421-7014
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Ben is an associate at the Dallas office and practices primarily in insurance defense litigation. He focuses on defense of automobile accident cases, premises liability, oilfield injuries and construction defect cases.  Ben has extensive litigation experience including having served as a Judge Advocate Trial Counsel in the U.S. Marine Corps.   Ben is a registered U.S. Patent Attorney and has experience with patents, trademarks and copyright issues.
Ben is an active member of the Dallas Bar Association and the Tarrant County Bar Association.

Professional Associations:
Member of the State Bar of Texas, Illinois, Ohio and Pennsylvania
Dallas Bar Association – including Civil Litigation, The Arts and Construction Law sections.
Tarrant County Bar Association


Recent Published Articles:
Tarrant County Bar Association Bar Bulletin, Sep-Oct 2023:
“The Future of Law and A.I.: Exploring the Latest Legal Developments in Law

Austin Bar Journal “Austin Lawyer” Magazine, April 2021:
“Data Privacy/Security Audits and the Preservation of Attorney -Client and/or Work Product
Texas Society of CPAs, “Today’s CPA” magazine, Sept-Oct, 2021:
“The Challenges for a Remote Workforce Regarding Data Privacy and Security
Audits, And the Preservation of Attorney-Client and/or Work Product Privilege”