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Civil appeals; and trial-court legal strategy, motion preparation, and legal argument
Litigation and insurance-coverage attorney for five years; appellate practice in trial and appellate courts for 30 years; chair of the Appellate Practice Section of Cowles & Thompson, P.C., Dallas, Texas (1991-2008); Board Certified, Civil Appellate Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1994
Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel (chair, Appellate Law Section 2018-2020); Defense Research Institute (chair, Appellate Rules Sub-committee, Appellate Advocacy Committee 2014-2021)
Chapter author, “Stays and Supersedeas,” in APPELLATE PRACTICE IN FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS (David M. Axelrad ed., Law Journal Press) (2012 & Supps. 2013-2018); Co-author, “A National Strategy for Creating Favorable Precedent,” FOR THE DEFENSE (DRI 2010); chapter author “The Effect of Bankruptcy on the Appellate Process,” in A DEFENSE LAWYER’S GUIDE TO APPELLATE PRACTICE (DRI 2004)
J.D. Baylor Law School (1986); M.A. University of Kent (1985); B.A. magna cum laude, Baylor University (1982)