Israel Flores has extensive experience defending auto manufacturers in product liability, consumer and commercial cases. Israel’s experience includes case evaluation, strategy, motion practice and extensive settlement negotiations.
Represents multiple foreign and domestic automobile manufacturers and suppliers in all phases of product liability litigation and consumer litigation.
Represents Ford Motor Company in Speed Control Deactivation Switch Multi-District Litigation.
Represents Ford Motor Company in 6.0L Diesel Engine Multi-District Litigation.
Obtained summary judgments in various state courts dismissing insurer’s subrogation claims and insured’s personal claims on statute of repose grounds.
Obtained summary judgments in various state courts dismissing insurer’s subrogation claims on economic loss doctrine grounds.
Education, Admissions & Activities
Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law
University of Michigan
United States District Court of Texas
Northern, Eastern, Western
Professional and Community Activities
Dallas Bar Association