John’s practice focuses on product liability litigation. John has the technical knowledge needed to solve clients’ most pressing and difficult issues, paired with a passion for helping clients navigate through the complexities of the litigation process. 

During law school, John excelled in oral advocacy, making the moot court team and leading the mock trial team, while attending many competitions. He was selected to membership in The Order of the Barristers, an honor given to outstanding oral advocates. To enhance his written advocacy, he became an articles editor for the Houston Law Review and was published twice in law school, including an article for Texas Lawyer. John also completed internships in state and federal courts, giving him exposure to the inner workings of different levels of the judiciary. 

John excels at translating complex issues to make them relevant to people of different backgrounds and experiences, which he employs when communicating with juries, clients and witnesses. In the many roles he has played in litigation matters, John always strives to place his clients in the best position possible to reach positive outcomes. 

Publications

A Tale of Woe: A Comment on Impeaching a Depressed Person’s Memory, Houston Law Review, April 19, 2021.

Texas Eminent Domain Reform: Senate Bill 421 Was Shot Down in the Texas Legislature, Texas Lawyer, June 12, 2019 (with Justin Hodge and Luke Ellis).