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Because he knows few people enjoy entering into litigation, Joshua Kipp recognizes that most of his clients would rather not have to be in his office or engaging his services. He takes this into account in the level of service he provides, and makes every attempt to make the litigation process as painless as possible. Joshua’s practice focuses on business litigation, securities and director and officer litigation, and employment litigation. He has represented clients in a variety of industries ranging from telecommunications to financial services to health care. He is an active participant in the local legal community as a member of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, where he serves on the Freedom Run Committee. When not at work, Joshua is an active member of his church, Providence Presbyterian Church, and enjoys spending time with his wife, Elizabeth. No matter whether a case can be resolved out of court or proceeds through to trial, Joshua prides himself on maintaining clear communication with clients at every stage. Even if his clients would rather be somewhere else, he makes their needs and goals his own and fights for the best possible outcome.


Represented a telecommunications company in private antitrust arbitration. Joshua’s work included researching and analyzing complex legal issues, detailed factual analysis, addressing discovery-related issues, and drafting motions.

Represented various clients in breach of contract suits. Joshua’s work in these cases has included third-party depositions, researching and analyzing legal issues, coordinating and managing discovery, and negotiating with opposing counsel.

Represented hospital in age discrimination suit. Joshua’s work included preparing witnesses for deposition, defending fact witness’s deposition, drafting and responding to discovery requests, and resolving discovery disputes with opposing counsel.


Co-Author, SMU Annual Texas Survey: Professional Liability, 3 SMU Ann. Tex. Surv. 345 (2017).

Co-Author, SMU Annual Texas Survey: Professional Liability, 2 SMU Ann. Tex. Surv. 363 (2016).

Author, Want to Avoid Medicare?  Fat Chance!: MMSEA Reporting Requirements and Their Impact on the Resolution of the Claims of Medicare Beneficiaries, 30 Rev. Litig. 359 (2011).

Court Admissions

Texas, 2011

U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas


The University of Texas School of Law
J.D., with honors, 2011
The Review of Litigation, 2009-2011; Managing Editor, 2010-2011

University of Mississippi
B.B.A. magna cum laude, 2008


Dallas Bar Association

Texas Bar Association

Dallas Association of Young Lawyers