• 05.20.22Undue Influence, Detecting Elder Abuse, and the Duty to Report Financial Exploitation, Austin Probate Bar Association
  • 05.17.22Mega P3s: Transforming Dallas’ Downtown through Strategic Public-Private Investment, LPC What’s New What’s NEXT, ULI Dallas-Fort Worth
  • 04.22.22Partnership Incentive Equity Tax Issues, Texas State Bar Tax Section
  • 04.19.22Case Law Update, 2022 Bankruptcy Bench Bar Conference, Southern District of Texas (Co-Presenter)
  • 04.01.22Financial Distress and Business Partners in Bankruptcy, The Foundation for Natural Resources and Energy Law 2022 Petroleum Marketing Attorneys’ Meeting
  • 03.30.22So You Think You Can Dance? The Ethics of Fixing Bad Moves, 56th Annual Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning (Co-Presenter)
  • 03.11.22Interview with IRS Commissioner Chuck Retting, ACTEC 2022 Annual Meeting
  • 03.03.22Damages in Construction: A Primer – Cost to Restore or Build it Better, 35th Annual Construction Law Conference, Construction Law Foundation of Texas, State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section (Co-Author and Panelist)
  • 02.17.22New Issues in Construction Law, The State Bar of Texas 15th Annual Advanced Real Estate Strategies (Co-Author and Co-Panelist)
  • 02.09.22Advanced Estate Planning Practice Update: Winter 2022, ALI CLE

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