David Fowler Johnson Again Receives JD Supra’s Readers’ Choice Award for Texas Fiduciary Litigator Blog


Winstead PC Shareholder David Fowler Johnson, lead writer for the Texas Fiduciary Litigator blog, was selected to receive the JD Supra Readers’ Choice Award in Wealth Management. The annual award recognizes top authors and firms who were read by C-suite executives, in-house counsel, media, and other professionals across the JD Supra platform during 2019.

JD Supra’s Readers’ Choice Awards encompass 26 different categories and are based on timeliness as well as proven, ongoing importance. In each category, 10 authors are recognized for consistently highest readership and engagement within that category for all of 2019. In total across all categories, only 235 authors were selected from more than 50,000 who were published on the platform last year.

David serves as the managing shareholder of Winstead's Fort Worth office. He maintains an active trial practice focused on advising and representing clients in the financial services industry. David has a triple Board Certification in Civil Trial Law, Civil Appellate and Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

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