• 09.17.20Texas Annotated Assignment of Rents, The University of Texas School of Law’s 54th Annual William W. Gibson, Jr. Mortgage Lending and Servicing Institute, Austin, TX
  • 08.27.20Planning for the Probate Contest, American Bar Association CLE, Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section, Webinar
  • 08.27.20Skills Training for Estate Planners, American Bar Association CLE, Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section, Webinar
  • 08.20.20Virtual Legislative Update Meeting: Trust Law, Florida Bar RPPTL (Real Property, Probate & Trust Law), Webinar (Co-Presenter)
  • 08.13.20Texas Site Condominiums, Advanced Real Estate Drafting Course
  • 08.12.20Planning for Mixed-Use Developments, Convention, Sports, and Entertainment Facilities Conference, Virtual (Co-Presenter)
  • 07.30.20Dealing with Data: Privacy, Security, and Regulatory Essentials, MassChallenge Legal Week, Webinar (Co-Presenter)
  • 07.30.20M&A and Exit Events: What You Should Be Thinking About Now, MassChallenge Legal Week, Webinar (Co-Presenter)
  • 07.29.20The Importance of Licensing in the Commercialization of Inventions, MassChallenge Legal Week, Webinar
  • 07.29.20Returning to Work During COVID-19, EO Austin, Webinar (Co-Presenter)

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