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  • 10.06.20Drafting to Win: Contract Drafting Strategies Designed to Withstand the Rigors of Litigation, Dallas Bar Corporate Counsel Section, Virtual (Moderator)
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  • Tips to Avoid Lender Liability, WABC Annual Convention/TBA Bankers Legal, Virtual(09.18.20)
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  • 12.17.19Summary Judgment Practice, DBA Business Litigation Section CLE, Dallas, TX
  • Summary Judgment Practice, DBA Business Litigation Section CLE, Dallas, TX(12.17.19)
  • 02.25.19General Counsel Roundtable: Keeping Business Litigators In the Know, DBA Business Litigation Section CLE, Dallas, TX
  • General Counsel Roundtable: Keeping Business Litigators In the Know, DBA Business Litigation Section CLE, Dallas, TX(02.25.19)

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