Talmage Boston – Biographical Brief
Talmage, twice a guest of The Writers Series, is a shareholder in Winstead P.C. in Dallas and has been a member of its litigation practice since joining the firm in 1997. His practice involves all aspects of dispute resolution in commercial transactions. With more than thirty years of business litigation experience in Dallas, Talmage has tried jury cases and argued appeals all over Texas, in both state and federal courts. He also devotes a portion of his practice to serving as a mediator.
He is board certified in both civil trial law and civil appellate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He serves on the State Bar of Texas Board of Directors and is a past chair of the State Bar Litigation Section, as well as a past chair of the Council of Chairs for the State Bar.
He also is a past chair of the Business Litigation Section of the Dallas Bar Association. During the thirteen years since joining Winstead, Talmage has been one of the most sought-after seminar speakers at State Bar and Dallas Bar Association litigation seminars, speaking on topics including electronic evidence, summary judgment practice, "Dos and Don`ts in the Courtroom," arbitration, alternative dispute resolution, and a wide variety of litigation ethics topics.
Talmage received a State Bar of Texas Presidential Citation Award every year from 2005-10. He was named "Texas Super Lawyer" from 2003-11, as published in Texas Monthly, and named one of Top 100 Lawyers in Dallas–Fort Worth in 2010.
A writer of distinction, he has authored two outstanding books on baseball, “1939: Baseball’s Tipping Point”, “Baseball Baby Boomer: A History, Commentary and Memoir”, and his widely acclaimed, “Raising the Bar: The Crucial; Role of Lawyers in Society.”