Central Texas Chapter Meeting

  • 23 Jun 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Husch Blackwell LLP, 111 Congress Ave, Suite 1400, Austin, TX 78701

Too Many Entities, Too Many Conflicts with Tom Watkins 

For our meeting this June 2016, we are excited to announce our speaker and topic, Tom Watkins, Too Many Entities, Too Many Conflicts: A Discussion of How the Use of Entities has Created Traps for Litigants and Lawyers.

Lunch will be provided by our sponsor, Toshiba. Parking will be provided. Please check with the receptionist to validate your ticket.

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Tom Watkins
Tom has practiced full-time litigation for more than 40 years. A member of the firm’s Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation team, Tom focuses on high-profile, bet-the- company litigation in healthcare, patent, oil and gas, environmental and general commercial litigation. His experience on behalf of industry clients includes:

  • Defended a Canadian company in a patent infringement lawsuit filed by a Fortune 100 company seeking more than $5 million in damages for control of the telecommunications splicing market. Case was resolved favorably for client.
  • Represented owner of next-generation technology company relating to the clarity of flat-panel televisions in a lawsuit against a Japanese multinational corporation concerning compliance with a license agreement.

Tom defends numerous legal malpractice cases and serves as an expert witness with regard to the Texas disciplinary rules of professional conduct in numerous cases.

A frequent speaker on industry issues and ethics, Tom has lectured for the State Bar of Texas, the American Bar Association, the University of Texas Law CLE, the National Business Institute, Travis County Bar Association, Practicing Law Institute, University of Houston Law Center, Water Law Institute, Williamson County Bar, Austin Bar, Corpus Christi Bar and the New Mexico Bar.

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