Practice Areas

Commercial Banking and Finance, Energy, Financial Restructuring, General Business, Intellectual Property, International Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Sports Law


University of Texas at Austin
Master of Business Administration - Accounting and Finance (1978)
 Doctor of Jurisprudence (1977)
Bachelor of Business Administration (1975)

Bar Admissions

State Bar of Texas


Phone: 713.590.9610

Randolph Ewing

Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Law

Randolph Ewing began practicing law in 1978. He previously practiced as a partner at several law firms, including Reynolds Allen & Cook; Looper, Reed, Ewing & McGraw; and Boyer, Ewing & Harris. Randolph has over forty years of broad and diverse experience providing legal services on all types of proposed transactions, including acquisitions, financings and general contracts. His primary expertise is in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, international, finance, sports and general business. Randolph's clients include private equity firms, large privately-owned middle market companies, small private companies and individual entrepreneurs and investors.

Randolph's creative strategies and legal expertise enable him to offer a full range of practical business and legal advice to achieve successful results in the structuring, negotiation and consummation of business transactions. His past experiences as an owner and director of various businesses, coupled with his legal background, provide expertise to his clients in order to assist them in consummating their transactions on mutually acceptable terms and conditions.

Randolph received his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin in 1975; his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas at Austin in 1977; and his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin in 1978. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas including the Business Law Section and the International Law Section, and the Houston Bar Association including the Mergers & Acquisitions Section and the International Law Section.
  • State Bar of Texas
    - Business Law Section
    - International Law Section
  • Houston Bar Association
    - Mergers & Acquisitions Section
    - International Law Section
  • Financial Industrial Regulatory Authority, Inc.
    - Series 62 License
  • Texas State Securities Board
    - Series 63 License
  • The Legal News – June 2006
    "Selling Your Business: It's More Than Price" [View PDF]
  • Houston Business Journal – May 16, 2003
    "Selling a Business: Some Issues May Be More Important Than Price" [View PDF]