Speaking Engagements

Partner Randy Gordon to Present at the DBA's Antitrust & Trade Regulation Section Meeting

Conference
10.14.14

noon CDT

Gardere Partner Randy D. Gordon, chair of the Firm's Antitrust and Trade Regulation Practice, will be presenting at the Dallas Bar Association's Antitrust & Trade Regulation Section CLE event on Oct. 14 at the Belo Mansion. Mr. Gordon will discuss "Clarity and Confusion: RICO Goes to the Supreme Court," where he will cover a recent series of RICO cases that made it to the Supreme Court, as well as one that should make it there.

Attorneys and legal staff, state and municipal officials, and other individuals interested in learning more about how their local government operates, are encouraged to attend the seminar. Texas CLE credit will be available for attendees.

Additional information about the meeting can be found on the DBA's website.

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