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.
Robert L. Tobey is running for re-election to the Dallas Bar Association Board of Directors.
Dallas trial lawyer Robert Tobey has been chosen one of the Top 100 Attorneys in Texas for 2015 by a vote of his peers. The prestigious Top 100 list is compiled by Thomson Reuters and published in the current issue of Texas Super Lawyers Magazine and in Texas Monthly. Lawyers who make the list have […]
Chad Baruch, a well known Texas appellate lawyer, has joined the business litigation law firm of JohnstonTobey, PC, of Dallas as a shareholder. Chad is Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He has been selected to Best Lawyers in America and made the list of Texas Super Lawyers and […]
By The Dallas Morning News
The Dallas Bar Association and Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas set a record this year, raising $1,100,415 in their Equal Access to Justice Campaign.
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Robert Tobey has been elected vice-chair of the Dallas Bar Association. Robert has been a member of the DBA Board of Directors for the past two years. His selection was announced at the recent inaugural ball for incoming DBA President Brad Weber. Robert also served last year as co-chair of the Equal Access to Justice […]
Robert Tobey, name partner at Johnston♦Tobey in Dallas, has been named co-chair of the Dallas Bar Association’s 2014-15 Equal Access to Justice Campaign, one of the more important tasks afforded a DBA member. Along with his co-chair, Laura Benitez Geisler, Robert assumes the responsibility to raise at least $750,000 by the end of the year […]