John Robinson concentrates his practice on commercial and construction litigation, premises and security liability claims, personal injury, as well as trucking, and transportation litigation.

John has over 30 years of litigation experience and has tried over 200 cases from voir dire to verdict. John represents and defends General ContractorSubcontractorsactors in construction litigation all over the state of Texas. He is Texas counsel for one of the largest shopping mall and retail companies in the country and continues to represent trucking and transportation carriers throughout the state. In addition, John has argued cases on behalf of clients before the Texas Supreme Court, the Dallas Court of Appeals, as well as the Amarillo and Tyler Courts of Appeals. John was lead appellate counsel and successfully argued the seminal Texas foreseeability case before the Texas Supreme Court: See: C.J. Doe v. Boys Clubs of Greater Dallas Inn, 907 S.W. 2d 472 (Tex. 1995). Prior to entering private practice, John served four years as an Assistant District Attorney in Dallas County.

Court admissions

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Northern, Southern, Western, and Eastern Districts of Texas

Professional Recognition
Published Articles/Speaking Engagements
  • “Key Strategies to Reducing Policyholder’s Exposure Webinar”
  • “Security Litigation in Texas: The Latest Developments”
  • “Dram Shop Law in Texas: An Update”
  • “Trucking Claims in the 21st Century – It’s a Brave New World”
Organizations/Committee Memberships
  • Boy Scouts of America
Bar admissions

Texas

education

University of Houston, Bates College of Law (J.D.)

University of Texas at Austin (B.A., cum laude)