• 11.24.21Contracts Panel Discussion, Basic Course in Texas Construction Law, Construction Law Foundation of Texas
  • 02.04.21Eminent Domain and Condemnation in Texas, 2021 Winter Conference, County and District Clerks' Association of Texas (Co-Presenter)
  • 12.15.20The Basics of the False Claims Act, STARK, and Anti-Kickback Statute and Recent Regulatory Developments, Austin Bar Association,  Health Law Section Remote CLE
  • 12.02.20Mixing It Up: Leasing Issues in a Multi-Use Condominiums, presented at the Advanced Real Estate Law Course, San Antonio, Texas (Co Author & Speaker)
  • 11.12.20Industrial Warehouse Sector - Distribution Systems and E- Commerce, 2020 Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute, The University of Texas School of Law (Co-Presenter)
  • 11.12.20The Retailization of Healthcare, 2020 Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute, The University of Texas School of Law (Co-Presenter)
  • 11.12.20Trends in Commercial Real Estate Lending, 2020 Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute, The University of Texas School of Law
  • 11.12.20Successful Raises and Investor Considerations, Texas Life Science Venture Forum, Virtual (Moderator)
  • 11.07.20Condominium and Mixed Use Leasing Considerations, presented at the Negotiating Leases CLE International (Co-Author & Speaker)
  • 11.05.20Licensing and Protection of Software and Databases: The Importance of Licensing Agreements and Protection Strategies in the Commercialization of Healthcare-Related Technologies, Healthcare & Life Sciences Legal Symposium hosted by WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab, Webinar (Co-presenter)

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