Randy Johnston offered his insights on the third-most impactful story in a countdown of the “Top 10 Texas Legal News for 2023” published in Texas Lawbook. Mr. Johnson discussed both the ethical concerns and practical concerns arising from revelations of extravagant gifts and other financial arrangements between Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and several […]
Chad Baruch has been presented the 2016 legal excellence award from the Texas Bar Foundation for his extraordinary commitment to the legal profession. The award was presented to Chad by David Copeland at the Foundation’s annual meeting in Fort Worth. The Texas Bar Foundation honors one attorney each year with the Dan Rugueley Price Memorial […]
Randy Johnston receives the first Champion of Justice Award given by Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas at the 16th annual Women’s Advocacy Awards. The award presentation took place July 12 at Arlington Hall at Lee Park. Randy’s law partner, Robert Tobey, presented the award. Also shown are event co-chairs Dena DeNooyer Stroh (left) and Christina […]
Noted Texas litigator Randy Johnston, known for his brilliant legal mind and unique approach to his profession, has been selected the Dallas Bar Association’s Trial Lawyer of the Year for 2016. Johnston, founder and managing shareholder of the law firm Johnston Tobey Baruch, was chosen by DBA President Jerry Alexander and a vote of the […]
The vast majority of lawyers practice their profession with the highest possible ethical standards, righting wrongs, defending the accused, and providing a much needed service to the public. Then you have the Diamond Doctor case, which was recently a front page story in the Sunday, May 22 edition of The Dallas Morning News. As reported […]
On July 20, 2014, a Minnesota jury returned a verdict in a defamation lawsuit and awarded damages of $1,845,000 to the plaintiff.
The General Motors auto recall case, which resulted in many deaths and injuries to GM customers, has finally settled. JohnstonTobey managing shareholder Randy Johnston offers a warning to in-house lawyers about what they should do when their client, the corporation, does something very wrong. Read article.
By Randy Johnston
Have you ever had a trial setting you weren’t ready for but also were not really even worried about? It’s a first setting on a big case and the case is only a year old.
Malpractice is not inevitable. In most cases, it can be prevented with a little common sense. Veteran professional malpractice attorney Randy Johnston tells how to know when you are dangerously close to committing malpractice and how to pull back from where the ice is thin.
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 […]