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 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.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Randy Gordon