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Randy Gordon
Partner

Dallas

2121 N. Pearl Street
Suite 700
Dallas, TX 75201

P 214-258-4148

F 214-258-4199

OVERVIEW

Randy Gordon
Partner

Dallas

2121 N. Pearl Street
Suite 700
Dallas, TX 75201

P 214-258-4148

F 214-258-4199

Randy Gordon brings a wealth – over 25 years – of complex litigation experience working with public and private companies in more than two dozen industries. He focuses his practice on helping a range of entities with antitrust, RICO, class-action, university-related, securities, and intellectual-property matters.

OVERVIEW

Randy Gordon Partner

Dallas

2121 N. Pearl Street
Suite 700
Dallas, TX 75201

P : 214-258-4148

Randy Gordon brings a wealth – over 25 years – of complex litigation experience working with public and private companies in more than two dozen industries. He focuses his practice on helping a range of entities with antitrust, RICO, class-action, university-related, securities, and intellectual-property matters.

Randy advises businesses on distribution plans and provides legal and economic analysis of proposed transactions, including mergers and acquisitions.

Randy formerly served as general counsel to a global trade association serving the semiconductor industry and is currently the lead attorney for a major research university in international product liability litigation.

He is executive professor of law at Texas A&M University, where he also holds joint appointment in history and as special advisor to the dean of the School of Innovation and Vice President of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development.

Randy is a frequent lecturer and has many published works on topics such as antitrust, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and class action matters in multiple media publications such as The Economist, Houston Chronicle and Law360. His most recent book, Rehumanizing Law: A Theory of Law and Democracy, was published in 2011 by the University of Toronto Press.

He has written numerous law review articles, which have been published in journals of California, Cambridge, Columbia, Florida, Loyola, Nevada, Penn, San Francisco, SMU, Southwestern, Suffolk, Tulane and Vermont. Randy’s articles concerning RICO issues are regularly cited as persuasive authority by courts, commentators and practitioners, including in pattern jury instructions, leading law reviews (e.g., Columbia, Harvard, NYU, and Yale), and briefs in cases before the U.S. Supreme Court (e.g., Anza, Bank of China, and Bridge).

Professional and Community Involvement

Member, American Bar Association

Member, Texas Bar Association

Member, Oklahoma Bar Association

Member, American Bar Association Antitrust Section

Member, Texas Bar Association Antitrust Section

Member, Dallas Bar Association Antitrust Section

Member, University of Kansas Alumni Association

Former chair of the Section Council, Antitrust and Business Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas

Former member, ABA Legal Education Section Professionalism Committee

Former member, ABA Legal Education Section CLE Committee

Member, ABA Antitrust Section Competition Torts (f/k/a RICO) Committee

Advisory board member and former member of juries, The Hiett Prize in the Humanities

Judges panel member, Greater Dallas Business Ethics Award

Former advisor, ¡TEX! Magazine

Former advisory board member, Highland Park Literary Festival

Former steering committee member, Dallas Institute’s 20th anniversary celebration honoring Dr. Louise Cowan and featuring Mrs. Laura Bush and Mrs. Lynne Cheney

Honors

Chambers USA, 2007-2019

The Best Lawyers in America, 2016-2019

Texas Super Lawyers, 2010-2013

Member, American Law Institute

Inaugural member, Texas Million Dollar Verdict Hall of Fame, 2013

Global Competition Review (GCR), 2014-2018

Leading Lawyers in Competition Law (Texas), Who’s Who Legal, 2007-2010

Fellow, Dallas Bar Foundation

Associate (international) member, The Society of Writers to Her Majesty’s Signet

Recipient, Burton Award for Legal Achievement (Library of Congress/Law Library of Congress), 2005

Fellow, Dallas Institute of Humanities & Culture

D Magazine Best of the Big D Award, (for The Writers Studio), 2004

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