Alex Toney is a litigator who can try a case from voir dire to verdict. He recently first-chaired a case that resulted in his client being awarded punitive damages, statutory damages and attorneys’ fees. Alex routinely argues dispositive motions and relies on his background as a clerk for the Supreme Court of Texas to brief cases in state and federal courts of appeals.

    He is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation, which promotes the role of public service and pro bono work in the practice of law and the development of public policy.

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    • First-chaired fraud case and won a unanimous verdict on every question presented, including questions awarding punitive damages, statutory damages and attorneys’ fees.
    • Successfully argued consolidated response to five motions to dismiss in a securities fraud case, as well as a special supplemental hearing on those motions.
    • Defeated appeals after requests for briefing in the US Supreme Court, the Fifth Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Texas.

    Education

    • University of Texas, J.D., with honors, 2013
    • Texas A&M University, B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, 2010

    Admissions

    • Texas, 2013

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Associate member, William “Mac” Taylor American Inn of Court
    • Member, University of Texas School of Law Dallas Young Alumni Steering Committee 

    • Author, “Voodoo Internet Information: Admitting Electronic Evidence,” Headnotes, Dallas Bar Association, April 2019.
    • Author, “The Credibility-Based Evaluative Purpose: Why Rule 703 Disclosures Don’t Offend the Confrontation Clause,” 67 Rutgers U.L. Rev. 953, 954, 2015.

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