David F. Johnson, lead writer for the Texas Fiduciary Litigator blog, has been elected to the board of directors for the Texas Association of Bank Counsel (TABC) for a three-year term. David has been a frequent speaker and contributor for the organization for the past five years.
The TABC is a Texas nonprofit corporation and is its governing body is a fifteen-member board of directors, its officers, and its immediate past president. The TABC was formed in 1976 to inform and educate Texas lawyers who devote a substantial part of their professional time to representing banks and other financial institutions. The TABC is designed for bank lawyers who have a common interest in a specialized field of law. It is a resource for its members, allowing them to network with other bank lawyers who deal with similar issues. TABC members are encouraged to exchange information on transactional techniques and developments in the law, and to share ideas and concerns to enhance the knowledge and improve the skills of TABC counsel. The TABC also provides members an opportunity to convene annually with lawyers who primarily represent banks and to obtain necessary CLE.