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  • 01.01.12Commercial Real Estate: Extraordinary Remedies and Foreclosures
  • Commercial Real Estate: Extraordinary Remedies and Foreclosures(01.01.12)
  • 08.27.09Material Adverse Change Clauses in Commercial Real Estate Loans (national teleconference panel presentation)
  • Material Adverse Change Clauses in Commercial Real Estate Loans (national teleconference panel presentation)(08.27.09)
  • 10.14.08Material Adverse Change Clauses in Commercial Real Estate Loans (national teleconference panel presentation)
  • Material Adverse Change Clauses in Commercial Real Estate Loans (national teleconference panel presentation)(10.14.08)
  • 11.01.06Negotiating Commercial Contracts, MetroTex Association of Realtors Advanced Commercial Real Estate Seminar, Dallas
  • Negotiating Commercial Contracts, MetroTex Association of Realtors Advanced Commercial Real Estate Seminar, Dallas (11.01.06)
  • 04.01.06But I Thought the Landlord Was My Friend! (How to Protect Your Commission in Some Unusual Circumstances), Commercial Real Estate Association of Montgomery County, Texas
  • But I Thought the Landlord Was My Friend! (How to Protect Your Commission in Some Unusual Circumstances), Commercial Real Estate Association of Montgomery County, Texas(04.01.06)

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