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Dylan Savage


Practice Areas


  • University of Texas at Arlington, B.S. Computer Science, 2001
  • SMU Dedman School of Law, J.D., 2010 cum laude

Admitted to Practice

  • State Bar of Texas
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern and Eastern Districts

Practice Description

Mr. Savage handles complex insurance litigation as well as commercial litigation. He has successfully tried tort, contract, and patent matters before Texas state and federal courts.  He also counsels clients on insurance coverage matters.

Representative Experience

Has tried more than 50 cases to verdict in Texas state and federal courts.

Successfully handled numerous matters ranging from personal injury to complex commercial and patent disputes on behalf of both defendants and plaintiffs, in Texas state and federal courts.

Successfully represented car dealership in action by car buyer alleging fraud and Texas DTPA violations related to the sale of a Nissan GT-R.

Successfully represented apartment landlord after an apartment fire forced six people to jump from the third floor window. Plaintiffs alleged failure to maintain smoke detectors and sprinkler systems.

Successfully represented master electrician in professional liability case resulting from construction of a veterinary hospital.

Successfully represented general contractor against property owner related to alleged foundation issues in construction of a commercial bank.

Successfully represented HVAC business owner in litigation resulting from alleged damage to a home resulting from alleged faulty HVAC services.

Successfully represented subcontractor in multimillion dollar construction defect litigation related to the construction of a memory care facility in Amarillo, Texas.

Represented various product manufacturers in products liability suits brought by Plaintiffs alleging injury or damage from products. Participated in engineering investigations of products, securing dismissals and favorable settlements.

Represented investors in various suits against originators and trustees in mortgage backed securities litigation. Representative case is Deutsche Bank National Trust Company v. FDIC, et al. in the District of Columbia District Court.

Represented investors in successful FINRA arbitration actions alleging violation of the FINRA suitability rule against brokers and originators.

Successfully represented a world leader in thermoelectric technology after publicly-held manufacturing company alleged termination of its supply contract and demanded millions in damages, securing confidential settlement agreement with seven-figure payment instead to client less than seven months after filing federal court action and receiving defendant’s answer.

Secured favorable settlement for RTIC in Yeti v. RTIC intellectual property litigation in Western District of Texas. Trade Dress and Trademark violations, patent infringement, copyright infringement, and common law claims alleged.

Along with other attorneys, represented alarm company in patent litigation filed by Script Security Solutions, LLC.

Along with other attorneys, represented whistleblowers Michael Fisher and Brian Bullock in a federal False Claims Act suit against Ocwen Financial Corporation and a related company. The case focused on allegations of Ocwen’s misconduct in connection with the United States Treasury’s Home Affordable Mortgage Program (“HAMP”), in which home mortgage servicing companies like Ocwen received incentive payments from the federal government in return for assisting homeowners in obtaining mortgage relief following the onset of the Great Recession in 2008. The case was set for trial in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas in June 2016 and was settled shortly before trial on terms favorable to the Relators. Represented patent holder in patent litigation vs Microsoft resulting in $290M verdict in Eastern District of Texas