Cokinos | Young is thrilled to announce three attorneys, Ryan Allen, Anderson Sessions and Sam Crecelius, have joined our Dallas/Fort Worth office, further expanding our construction and commercial litigation capabilities throughout the State of Texas.
“We are pleased that Ryan, Anderson and Sam have joined our office. Each of them brings a high degree of skill, particularly in construction and commercial litigation, and will be great contributors to the firm and the service of our clients” – Pat Wielinski
Ryan joins the firm with 17 years’ experience in business law and business litigation, including construction. Ryan represents a broad variety of clients from individuals to start-ups and Fortune 500 corporations. He also works with physicians, physician groups, ambulatory surgical centers, pharmacies and other medical service providers. Ryan acts as a strategic advisor to swiftly and effectively implement the right business solutions for his clients.
Ryan graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2000 and from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2003. He is admitted to practice in Texas and Oklahoma.
Anderson Sessions is a business trial lawyer whose practice focuses on resolving a broad array of complex commercial disputes. As an experienced advocate in and out of the courtroom, Anderson is able to deliver strategic legal solutions to clients in all aspects of the dispute resolution process in matters involving breaches of contract, deceptive trade practices, common law and securities fraud, unfair competition and trade-secret litigation, partnership disputes, breaches of fiduciary duty, and other business torts. Anderson also has experience counseling oil and gas and energy-related companies in regulatory matters involving the Texas Railroad Commission, Texas General Land Office, and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
Anderson graduated from Baylor University in 2010 and from Baylor University School of Law in 2013.
Sam Crecelius focuses on representing clients in all phases of litigation, including mediation, trial, and appeals. A decorated Army combat veteran, Sam knows the value of hard work, discipline, and perseverance in the face of adversity, and he applies those values to each case he handles. His experience includes practice in construction defect, creditors rights and premises liability litigation. As a litigator, Sam leverages his real-world experience to obtain a favorable outcome for clients.
Sam graduated from University of Dallas in 2002 and Texas A&M University School of Law in 2017.
Please contact us for further information as to developments in the DFW office.