By Robert Tobey Many Americans were surprised by the announcement of the U.S. Department of Labor’s rule requiring financial advisors to act as fiduciaries –putting their clients’ best interest before their own when offering investment advice. The surprise wasn’t the rule itself. It was that most Americans assumed this had been the standard all along. […]
Dallas Business Journal had the “successfully sue your lawyer” ad for Johnston Tobey Baruch on the back cover recently. This is one of three JTB ads now running in the DBJ and D CEO Magazine. This current advertising campaign emphasizes the strength of the Johnston Tobey Baruch law firm in three specialized areas of litigation […]
DALLAS — (BusinessWire) — How many law firms can say their entire attorney roster has been honored by D Magazine as the Best Lawyers in Dallas? The trial lawyers of Johnston Tobey Baruch can. For the second consecutive year, the team of Randy Johnston, Robert Tobey, Coyt Johnston and Chad Baruch has made the list […]
The first in a new series of Johnston Tobey Baruch ads appears today in D CEO Magazine and the Dallas Business Journal. This series of visually stunning ads will run in the two publications for the next few months. The first full-page ad is under the heading, “How to successfully sue your lawyer.” It shows a […]
By Chad Baruch
Family law appeals bring a host of unique challenges. Here are a few common areas where Texas lawyers fail in family law appeals.
Chad Baruch, a well-known Dallas appellate lawyer, is the 2016 recipient of the legal excellence award from the Texas Bar Foundation for his extraordinary commitment to the legal profession.
By Coyt Johnston
By re-inventing the wheel for drone privacy, the Texas Legislature has created an ineffective law, difficult to enforce, and doesn’t encourage technology.
Dallas attorney Robert Tobey has been elected chairman of the Dallas Bar Association board of directors for 2016. Tobey, a founding shareholder in the business litigation and appellate law firm of Johnston Tobey Baruch, was first elected to the DBA Board in 2012.
Next month, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether to hear the case of Taylor Bell, an aspiring rapper suspended from his Mississippi high school for recording a song critical of two coaches accused of misconduct with female students.
Most trial lawyers are familiar with the provisions of Rule 803(6) of the Texas Rules of Evidence, providing for admissibility of business records.