Randall A. Juip

Randy Juip is a member of Foley, Baron, Metzger & Juip, PLLC, and is an active defense trial attorney. He has served as counsel in medical malpractice litigation, civil rights (42 USC 1983) / deliberate indifference claims, business and commercial litigation, state licensing actions, and other complex civil litigation and professional defense matters. Randy also consults on public relations and crisis management issues, and has served as a media spokesperson in various high-profile legal matters. His practice also focuses on assisting professionals with pre-litigation support through careful risk-management and business practice consulting, clever and creative problem solving, and claims investigation.

In his practice, Randy utilizes the latest and most innovative technology to achieve cost savings for his clients, both inside and outside of the courtroom. He is a frequent speaker on topics involving legal technology, ethics, medical practice management, HIPAA, and physician-patient relationships. He believes that his strong ethics, civility, and toughness reflect the high quality of the individuals and businesses who seek his representation.


ABOUT ME

What's the most unusual thing in your desk drawer?

I have a 12” animatronic Donald Trump doll that will fire you if you press a button on its back. (“I have no choice but to tell you you’re fired.”)

I also have a 12” anatomically correct model of a penis that was a trial exhibit from a medical malpractice trial I won in 2011.

Sometimes I confuse one for the other.

How old where you when you had the worst hair cut ever what style was it?

I was 16 years old when I was shaved bald by a SuperCuts beauty school dropout who didn’t understand the difference between “rapidly and nervously cut all the hair off of my head” and “I prefer it short around the edges”.

If you weren't doing what you do today, what other job would you have?

I would own a hot dog cart and sell hot dogs on the University of Michigan diag. I would probably also offer Coke products and Better Made chips, as well as large, chewy chocolate chip cookies.

What "lesson from mom" do you still live by today?

For me, it’s a toss-up between “Always ask yourself “What are the consequences of my actions?”” and “Always wear clean underwear.”

If you could be any animal what would it be and why?

I would be a squirrel, because for the most part, they seem to live pretty good lives. Lots of nuts. Hanging out in trees. Bushy tails. Seems like a decent package all together.


CONTACT INFORMATION

Foley, Baron, Metzger & Juip, PLLC
38777 Six Mile Rd. Suite 300
Livonia, MI 48152
(734) 742-1875 | (734) 521-2379 (fax)

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