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Associate Juliette Gallegos to Speak at 2014 Austin Fiduciary Summit

2014 Austin Fiduciary Summit

11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. CDT

Gardere Associate Juliette A. Gallegos is scheduled to speak at the 2014 Austin Fiduciary Summit on Tuesday, Sept. 16. Ms. Gallegos will discuss fiduciary issues related to 401(k) plans. Other industry professionals, including CFOs, HR directors, fiduciaries and business owners will share retirement plan best practices and strategies throughout various workshops.

Ms. Gallegos, an employee benefits and executive compensation attorney in Gardere's Dallas office, advises publicly traded, privately owned and nonprofit organizations in the design, implementation and administration of qualified retirement plans, health and other welfare plans, as well as executive compensation programs. Ms. Gallegos handles matters involving: audits, administrative hearings with the IRS, PBGS, DOL and bankruptcy and fiduciary issues.

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