Randy's transactional and commercial litigation practice emphasizes real property, valuation and environmental liability issues. He has tried cases to judges and juries in county, state and federal courts, and he has conducted arbitrations before AAA and NASD panels. Randy’s practice includes the defense of product manufacturers, energy companies, engineering and construction companies, and real estate development and holding companies. His transactional practice includes commercial loan transactions and drafting and negotiating real estate documents, including sales and financing documents related to Texas real property. Other transactional experience includes drafting and negotiating general commercial agreements, including oilfield service agreements and contracts for purchase and sale of goods and services.

While in law school, Randy was executive editor of the Houston Law Review, a member of the Order of Barons and an Honor Court Justice.

Randy is a regular speaker at continuing legal education events on various topics, including real property taxation and eminent domain.


Nicholas Deutsch & P. Randall Crump, The Power Struggle Over the Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing, E&P Magazine, March 2014.