Speeches

  • 10.07.21POA Practical Matters, TBA Bankers Legal and SWABC Joint Conference, Southwest Association of Bank Counsel and the Texas Bankers Association
  • 10.07.21To Admit or Not Admit: Pandemic Proof Problems, 2021 National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, Indianapolis, IN (Co-Presenter)
  • 09.30.21From Bitcoin to DeFi: Regulatory, Compliance, and Legislative Developments Affecting the Digital Assets and Cryptocurrency Industry (Panelist)
  • 09.13.21Perspectives on Transit Oriented Development and P3, P3 Conference & Expo, Dallas, TX (Moderator)
  • 09.13.21Green Bonds and Green Loans:  Financial Products for a Sustainable Future, P3 Conference & Expo, Dallas, TX (Moderator)
  • 09.13.21Perspectives on Transit Oriented Development and P3, P3 Conference & Expo (Moderator)
  • 09.13.21Green Bonds and Green Loans:  Financial Products for a Sustainable Future, P3 Conference & Expo (Moderator)
  • 09.13.21Why Do a P3? Building the Business Case for a P3 and Selling it to Your Community, P3 Conference & Expo (Panelist)
  • 08.12.21Planning for Probate Contests, Skills and Training for Estate Planners, American Bar Association Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law
  • 06.11.21The Ins and Outs of Grantor Trusts, State Bar of Texas - 45th Annual Advanced Estate Planning & Probate Course

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