• 11.21.19Nuts and Bolts of International Income Tax Treaties, State Bar of Texas Tax Section’s International Tax Symposium, Houston, Texas
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  • 09.26.19Commercial Lending - Basic Regulatory Considerations, 43rd Annual Southwest Association of Bank Counsel Annual Convention
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  • 09.06.19Blockchain and Bricks: Considering the Impact of Blockchain on Real Estate Transactions, Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth, Panelist
  • 07.23.19Individual International Income Taxation and Compliance, Fundamentals on International Tax Series, American Bar Association Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section
  • 07.22.19Creating the 5-Star Experience for Airport Customers, Panelist, P3 Airport Summit
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  • 05.16.19Development of Local Destinations to Grow Convention Business, Panel Moderator, 2019 Convention, Sports, and Entertainment Facilities P3 Conference

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