Speaking Engagements

Confidentiality Agreements: How to Draft Them and What They Restrict

TexasBarCLE Advanced Business Law Course

1:30-2:15 p.m. CST

Gardere Corporate Partner Larry E. Glasgow will be participating in a panel discussion, "Confidentiality Agreements: How to Draft Them and What They Restrict," at the TexasBarCLE Advanced Business Law Course, scheduled for Nov. 7, 2013 at the Hilton Houston Westchase.

Mr. Glasgow has more than 25 years of experience assisting public and private corporate clients with corporate finance matters through offerings of equity and debt, mergers and acquisitions (including distressed acquisition opportunities), private equity matters, workouts, divestitures, restructurings, executive compensation, employment agreements and general business matters. He has represented clients in a large number of complex transactions involving a wide range of industries, including energy, entertainment, health care, hospitality and technology.

Both MCLE and CPE credits are being offered to course participants. To view the complete course agenda and register, visit the TexasBarCLE website here.

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