Dylan has litigated professional liability cases in state and federal courts in Alabama over the past 15 years. His experience in professional liability litigation includes the defense of public accounting and auditing firms, outside directors, audit committee members, and lawyers in a variety of cases. These matters have involved both publicly traded and privately held companies and have arisen in the context of securities class actions, litigation with bankruptcy trustees, and shareholder derivative suits.
Dylan has handled several cases in which his clients were accused of breaching fiduciary duties, committing professional negligence, or violating securities laws. These cases include:
Dylan was a co-editor of The Law of Lawyers’ Liability (First Chair Press, 2012), a 50-state compendium of the law applicable to legal malpractice claims. As Chair of the 50-State Subcommittee of the ABA Section of Litigation’s Professional Liability Litigation Committee, Dylan is leading the development of a similar 50-state compendium of the law related to claims of accounting malpractice. Dylan is also a regular contributor to the Committee’s News and Notes publication.