David Greenstone Dallas

Dallas Attorney David Greenstone Recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer

About David Greenstone Dallas

After graduating from the University of Texas School of Law in 1998, David Greenstone started his legal career with the Dallas firm Waters & Kraus. In 1999, he won his first case as a trial attorney, and after only four years with the firm, was named a partner. After eight years in his first position, he moved on to become co-founder of the Dallas, Texas law firm, Simon Greenstone Panatier Bartlett, PC. Focusing on pharmaceutical and toxic tort litigation, Mr. Greenstone has successfully secured multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for clients. His success earned him recognition as a Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star and Texas Super Lawyer, in addition to a Premier Lawyer distinction from Sky Radio Network.

Outside of his legal career, David Greenstone enjoys reading, listening to music, and spending time with family. He is an active sports enthusiast who enjoys watching and playing soccer, tennis, and football. Mr. Greenstone is also a proud Dallas Cowboy fan.

Public Justice Encourages Members to Contribute Financially

A trial attorney and shareholder at Simon Greenstone Panatier Bartlett, PC, in Dallas, Texas, David Greenstone manages the day-to-day operations of the law firm. He has obtained several multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients and received recognition as a Texas Super Lawyer. Under David Greenstone’s guidance, the Dallas-based firm supports several non-profit organizations, including Public Justice.

Established more than 30 years ago, Public Justice is a national non-profit law firm that fights for legal causes across the country. Comprised of dedicated public interest advocates, the organization’s staff attorneys work with private attorneys to fight injustice and allow access to courts for everyday people.

Individuals can support Public Justice by becoming a member, and the dues range in price based upon their level of professional development. Tax-deductable dues for members range anywhere from $5 to $5,000 monthly and include access to members-only resources and opportunities to contribute to its publications. For those who simply want to make a financial contribution, Public Justice offers special campaigns to allocate money to. Its Access to Justice Campaign helps to fight corporate attempts to deny individuals their day in court, while its Environmental Enforcement Project ensures that the fight continues against corporate polluters.

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