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Steve Bartz focuses his practice on transactions involving sophisticated joint ventures (“JVs”), strategic alliances, and M&A. Most of the JV arrangements that he establishes on behalf of his clients utilize JV companies—frequently LLCs or limited partnerships (and occasionally corporations)—and involve mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, or private placements of securities. JVs are among the most complex transactions in which a business can choose to engage, and Steve’s clients rely on his deep experience in JV matters to help them navigate and execute these specific types of transactions. 

Over the past 15 years, Steve has concentrated his practice on the creation, negotiation, and implementation of both JVs unrelated to M&A transactions, such as private investment funds, and in connection with M&A transactions. JVs that arise through M&A transactions present unique challenges to buyers and sellers because of the parties’ continuing relationship, and Steve counsels his clients through the amplified complexity produced by this deal dynamic.

Steve also advises clients in connection with M&A transactions unrelated to JVs, private placements, and compliance and regulatory issues relating to corporate governance, Advisers Act status and compliance, Investment Company Act matters, broker-dealer matters, and securities regulation as it applies to private transactions. He regularly represents and counsels clients on matters that cover a wide spectrum of sectors, such as the finance, hospitality and leisure, sport and entertainment, real estate, healthcare, and energy sectors, including the upstream, midstream, and oilfield services segments of the energy industry.

Concentrations

  • Control/Non-Control Investments (<100% Ownership)
    • Controlling interest acquisitions (typically majority ownership)
    • Non-controlling interest acquisitions (typically minority ownership)
  • Cost/Risk Diversification JVs
    • Acquisition cost/risk diversification JVs (e.g., consortium acquisitions or “club deals”)
    • Seller rollover as tail-performance insurance (a/k/a “schmuck insurance”)
  • Pairing Expertise with Capital to Share Profits (Management Expertise or “Sweat Equity” + Capital)
    • Identified, negotiated investment ventures
    • Blind-pool investment funds (including PE, VC, and RE funds)
    • Pledge funds
    • Search funds
  • Performance Incentives and Alignment of Interests 
    • Equity Incentive Arrangements
    • Seller Rollover as an Equity Performance Incentive
  • Pooling Resources (a/k/a Strategic Partnerships)
    • Two or more parties with complementary resources pooling those resources for synergistic effect
    • Foreign party partnering with a local party to enter a new market
  • JVs Created as Workarounds for Legal Restrictions on Ownership/Operations
    • Restrictions on foreign ownership
    • “Corporate practice of medicine” restrictions
  • Non-JV M&A Transactions

Expertise

Erfahrung

  • Represented a subsidiary of The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in the negotiation and acquisition of a $25 million direct, minority equity investment in the portfolio company (a terminal operator and marine service provider) of a private equity fund in connection with the Foundation’s investment in a new fund owned by the same private equity firm.°
  • Represented a large energy-based private equity fund in connection with securing $330 million in additional equity financing for an in an oil & gas portfolio company.°
  • Represented GMAC ResCap in the restructuring of its equity positions in its portfolio of real-estate-development companies in preparation for its divestment of those positions as a result of the 2007-2011 financial crisis.°
  • Represented General Electric Capital Corporation in connection with a strict foreclosure on substantially all of the assets of a leading national provider of processing services to the real estate finance industry, including the creation of a new corporation to serve as the acquirer of the assets pursuant to the foreclosure and a new LLC holding company on behalf of GE Capital and approximately 50 other senior secured lenders who acquired certain common and preferred equity interests therein. The old holding company’s existing mezzanine lenders agreed to extinguish their mezzanine debt in exchange for certain common equity interests in the new holding company, and the senior lenders under the old credit facility caused the acquisition company to enter into a new $75 million credit facility to provide liquidity for the restructured business.°
  • Represented General Electric Capital Corporation’s Global Media & Communications Group, which acted as administrative agent, in the entrance into a $40 million revolving and term loan facility for radio broadcasting companies owned by Peak Broadcasting, LLC after its emergence from Chapter 11 and in the acquisition by the senior lenders under the old credit facility, who were owed more than $58 million, of equity in the new LLC holding company.°
  • Represented Tenfold Holdings LLC, a microbial products manufacturing and distribution holding company, in the sale of a majority equity interest in its operating company, Agricen, and a minority equity interest in its applied sciences research company, Agricen Sciences.°
  • Represented a Fortune 100 company, which had loaned more than $110 million to a real-estate company that subsequently defaulted on the payment of that debt, in entering into a settlement agreement pursuant to which it acquired a controlling equity interest in the defaulted real-estate company.°
  • Represented Roark Capital Group in its approximately $430 million stock acquisition of Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. from Wendy’s/Arby’s Group.°
  • Represented NGP Energy Capital Management, L.L.C. in connection with The Carlyle Group LP’s $424 million acquisition of a substantial revenue interest in NGP Management Company, L.L.C. from ECM Capital, L.P. and minority owner Barclays Natural Resource Investments, a unit of Barclays PLC.°
  • Represented an investor syndicate in its $100 million leveraged acquisition of a portfolio of approximately 80 retail fuel stations from a joint venture owned by two multinational energy-exploration and production firms.°
  • Represented an NGP private equity fund in its $63 million sale of net profits overriding royalty interests to a private, independent energy company focused on oil and gas exploration and production in Texas and Louisiana.°
  • Represented an NGP affiliate in its $28 million sale of certain overriding royalty interest, royalty interests, non-working or carried interests, operating rights, and mineral rights together with the related oil, gas, and other mineral leases and pooling orders.°
  • Represented a full-service energy company in negotiating and effecting a change in management for a joint venture with a leading alternative-asset manager, which included the amendment and restatement of two multi-party limited liability company agreements and the entrance into a transition services agreement and change of management agreement.°
  • Represented a private equity firm in restructuring its prior indirect investment in alternative energy company for the benefit of its foreign investors.°
  • Represented EnCap Flatrock Midstream in connection with forming and investing in Evolution Midstream, LLC; Lucid Energy Group II, LLC; Moda Midstream LLC; Nuevo Dos LLC; Stakeholder Midstream, LLC; and Tall Oak Midstream II, LLC.°
  • Represented EnCap Investments LP in connection with forming and investing in American Resource Development LLC (a/k/a Ameredev); Council Oak Resources LLC; PetroLegacy Energy; Scala Energy, LLC; and Staghorn Petroleum LLC.°
  • Represented a sponsor in the formation of a $900 million blind-pool investment fund focused on making direct and indirect investments in midstream properties in the United States.°
  • Represented a sponsor in the formation of a $750 million blind-pool investment fund focused on making direct equity investments in food, feed, and industrial product companies within the agribusiness supply chain.°
  • Represented a sponsor in the formation of a $500 million blind-pool investment fund focused on making equity-like investments primarily in North American oil and gas related assets, including oil and gas reserves, leasehold interests, working interests, net profits interests (“NPI”), mineral interests, royalty interests, tertiary recovery reserves, gas processing plants, and pipelines.°
  • Represented a sponsor in the formation of a $500 million blind-pool investment fund focused on the lower end of the middle market in the energy sector.°
  • Represented a sponsor that specializes in acquiring and managing mid-sized upstream conventional oil and gas properties for institutional investors in connection with forming and closing on its third blind-pool investment funds, structured as parallel resource blind-pool investment funds (working interest / NPI funds), with aggregate capital commitments of approximately $400 million.°
  • Represented a sponsor in the formation of a $350 million exploration and production (“E&P”) blind-pool investment fund.°
  • Represented Double Eagle in securing initial equity commitments from Apollo Global Management LLC to pursue the acquisition of non-operating oil and gas working interests in the State of Oklahoma.°
  • Represented Double Eagle Energy Permian LLC (a/k/a Double Eagle II) in securing initial equity commitments from Apollo Global Management LLC to develop oil and gas properties in the Permian’s Midland sub-basin.°
  • Represented Meritage Midstream Services III, LP in securing $300 million in initial equity commitments from funds managed by energy private equity firm Riverstone Holdings LLC to pursue midstream opportunities in Western Canada's emerging resource play.°
  • Represented Atlantic Resources Company in securing initial equity commitments from funds managed by energy private equity firm Denham Capital to pursue the acquisition, exploration and development of oil and gas assets in the Permian Basin with a specific focus on upstream unconventional assets.°
  • Represented Natural Gas Partners in connection with the formation of Springbok Energy Partners, LLC, a Dallas-based partnership focused on making investments in oil and gas mineral and royalty assets.°
  • Represented an Austin-based independent, private wealth management firm in the formation of a new $150 million (target) private equity fund focused on identifying, analyzing, investing in, managing and otherwise dealing with investments in privately held revenue-producing companies and businesses.°
  • Represented a sponsor that specializes in upstream oil and gas investments in connection with forming and closing on its third blind-pool investment funds, structured as parallel resource funds (working interest / NPI funds), with aggregate capital commitments of approximately $130 million.°
  • Represented a sponsor in the assessment of whether its blind-pool investment fund documents’ commercial and legal terms were generally consistent with those used by similarly sized private equity funds in the upstream oil and gas market.°
  • Represented a sponsor in the formation of an approximately $30 million private equity real estate fund focused on urban infill, multi-family developments in Dallas, Texas.°
  • Represented an Austin-based independent, private wealth management firm in the formation of a new $25 million pooled-investment vehicle for purposes of investing in a $300 million (target) private equity fund focused on the acquisition of mid-life aviation assets with the potential for maintenance optimization and/or multiple exit strategies.°
  • Represented an investment manager in the formation of a search fund.°
  • Represented a sponsor dedicated to global impact investing in connection with the creation of a blind-pool investment fund for investments into India.°
  • Represented a PE-backed saltwater disposal company in the reorganization of its equity capital structure and contemporaneous acquisition of an additional $80 million in capital commitments from a third-party private equity investor.°
  • Represented Envest PTY Ltd. in its Series Seed investment in Precision Autonomy Services, Inc.°
  • Represented a family office in its investment in Refactor Capital II, L.P., an early-stage venture capital fund formed to invest in founders tackling problems in applied biology, health, food & beverage, wellness, aerospace, and transportation.°
  • Represented a London-based private equity fund in restructuring its ownership to enable the tax-efficient equity participation of management in portfolio company profits.°
  • Represented a U.S.-based financial compliance-consulting firm in restructuring its ownership to enable the tax-efficient equity participation of management in portfolio company profits.°
  • Represented a California-based costume and props company in restructuring its ownership to enable the tax-efficient equity participation of management in portfolio company profits.°
  • Represented Iron Data Solutions, LLC, a provider of Intelligent Process Management solutions to government clients and transportation / logistics private sector customers, in its recapitalization with Arlington Capital Partners, a Washington, DC-based private equity fund.°
  • Represented New Jersey Urology, the leading urology service provider in New Jersey (“NJU”), in its formation of Urology Management Associates (“UMA”) with J.W. Childs Associates, a leading middle-market private equity firm. UMA was created to provide administrative services to NJU and to enable NJU to focus on providing world-class urology services while remaining a physician-led organization.°
  • Represented Tricity Pain Associates and Interventional Pain Management—both leading providers of integrated pain management care, ambulatory surgery centers, and ancillary patient treatment across Texas—in their recapitalization transaction and growth capital partnership with Spindletop Capital Management, a healthcare growth equity and growth buyout firm.°
  • Represented a private investment fund in its contemporaneous (1) buyout of a management team’s equity stake in multiple companies related to a restaurant franchise featuring fast-casual Indian cuisine, (2) roll-up of independently owned companies related to that restaurant franchise, and (3) issuance of profits interests to key service providers by certain entities within the newly reorganized ownership structure.°
  • Represented a Dallas-based private equity fund in connection with causing its joint venture with another Dallas-based private equity fund to grant profits interests to certain key service providers.°
  • Represented a privately held oil and gas company in the creation of a series limited liability company for the purpose of issuing equity interests that track the performance of certain affiliates to key employees who work for, or for the benefit of, those affiliates.°
  • Represented an Austin-based PE firm in the design, formation, and implementation of its equity incentive plan and related equity-participation vehicles for its key service providers.°
  • Represented Dallas-based PE firm in the design, formation, and implementation of its equity incentive plan and related equity-participation vehicles for its key service providers.°
  • Advised Huntington Ingalls Industries, a leading designer and builder of nuclear and non-nuclear ships for, and after-market services provider to, the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard, in its entrance, through its AMSEC subsidiary, into a Master Cooperation Agreement with a subsidiary of Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Corporation, a South Korean-based corporation that is primarily engaged in shipbuilding, construction, and industrial power plant technologies, to work together in providing maintenance, repair, and logistics services to the U.S. Navy and other customers in the western Pacific region.°
  • Advised an affiliate of Lauren Engineers & Constructors, Inc., a leading engineering, procurement, and construction services company with more than 30 years of experience in the power generation and oil and gas sectors in North America, on the formation of a 50/50 joint venture (“Lauren India”) with India-based Jyoti Structures Ltd. Lauren India was formed for the purpose of entering into an approximately $111 million contract to build a 50 megawatt solar-thermal power plant for M/s. Godawari Green Energy Limited in the Rajasthan district in India.°
  • Represented a Fortune 500 client in connection with its European joint venture with an Israeli company, which in turn signed agreements to become the franchise holder for a Fortune 100 sports brand in more than a dozen European countries.°
  • Represented Martifer, a Portugal-based multinational group and market leader in metallic construction, energy systems, and electricity generation, in connection with a joint venture with India-based Inspira Energy Ltd.°
  • Represented Lauren Engineers & Constructors, Inc. in connection with a joint venture with India-based CCL Optoelectronics Private Limited.°
  • Represented Tailwater Capital in connection with its entrance into two parallel joint ventures with Petro Waste Environmental, an owner and operator of saltwater disposal facilities, for the purpose of (i) expanding its presence in the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale regions of Texas and New Mexico and (ii) expanding the breadth of services available at those facilities by providing onsite solid waste removal and disposal capabilities.°
  • Represented Rosewood Private Investments in connection with its joint venture with Tailwind Advisors through Novaria Group, which serves as their aerospace investment platform.°
  • Represented a limited liability company used by several individuals to jointly own, operate, and maintain a Cessna Citation V in the restructuring and reorganization of its ownership and capital structure.°
  • Represented New Jersey Urology, the leading urology service provider in New Jersey (“NJU”), in its formation of Urology Management Associates (“UMA”) with J.W. Childs Associates, a leading middle-market private equity firm. UMA was created to provide administrative services to NJU and to enable NJU to focus on providing world-class urology services while remaining a physician-led organization.°
  • Represented Tricity Pain Associates and Interventional Pain Management—both leading providers of integrated pain management care, ambulatory surgery centers, and ancillary patient treatment across Texas—in their recapitalization transaction and growth capital partnership with Spindletop Capital Management, a healthcare growth equity and growth buyout firm.°
  • Represented Rock-Tenn Co. in its $3.5 billion acquisition of Smurfit-Stone Container Corp. pursuant to a forward triangular merger.°
  • Represented members of Inhibitex Inc.’s management in connection with its $2.5 billion acquisition by Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.°
  • Represented affiliates of Natural Gas Partners in connection with Memorial Production Partners LP’s acquisition of certain oil and gas properties in the Permian Basin, East Texas, and the Rockies from Memorial Resource Development LLC and those affiliates of Natural Gas Partners for an aggregate purchase price of approximately $606 million.°
  • Represented HM Capital Partners LLC in its $603 million sale to GE Energy Financial Services of equity interests in the general partner of Regency Energy Partners LP, a master limited partnership that owned natural gas gathering and processing systems in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Kansas, as well as an intrastate pipeline in Louisiana.°
  • Represented Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. in connection with its $560 million sale by merger to Bi Lo, LLC.°
  • Advised General Electric Capital Corporation in connection with financing the acquisition of SouthernCare Holdings, Inc. by a Kohlberg & Company affiliate.°
  • Advised General Electric Capital Corporation in connection with financing the approximately $450 million acquisition by an affiliate of DSI Holding Company, Inc. of approximately 100 dialysis clinics from Fresenius Medical Care Holdings Inc. and Renal Care Group.°
  • Advised BP Energy Partners, LLC (“BPEP”) and Pinnacle Midstream, LLC (“Pinnacle”) a portfolio company of BPEP, in connection with the sale of Pinnacle to I Squared Capital through its ISQ Global Infrastructure Fund II.°
  • Advised an affiliate of HD Supply, Inc. on its sale of the SESCO/QUESCO Division of HD Supply Canada Inc. to Sonepar Canada Inc. SESCO provides electrical products to commercial, industrial, and residential markets. Sonepar is a distributor of electrical materials and technical solutions and services.°
  • Represented Arcapita Bank B.S.C.(c) in its sale of Cypress Communications, Inc., a hosted communications provider, to Broadvox, Inc., a provider of integrated managed Voice-Over-Internet Protocol services to small to mid-sized business, enterprise, and carrier customers.°
  • Represented Arcapita Bank B.S.C.(c) in its sale of Cirrus Industries, Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of single-engine, piston-powered general aviation aircraft for the two- and four-seat airplane categories at the time, to China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Co., Ltd. Asian-MENA Counsel named this transaction the 2011 “Deal of the Year.”°
  • Represented Hungry Machine, Inc. (a/k/a LivingSocial) in its stock acquisition of GoNabit in order to facilitate LivingSocial’s expansion into the Middle East, including markets in Egypt, Lebanon, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai.°
  • Represented an affiliate of Cooper Industries PLC in the acquisition of all of the issued and outstanding shares of stock of Azonix Corporation from an affiliate of Crane Co. Azonix Corporation is a leader in the design, manufacture, marketing, and sale of human/machine interface devices for application in hazardous environments in the oil and gas, defense, and industrial automation industries.°
  • Advised a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Scotland in connection with financing the approximately $288 million acquisition by InfoSpace, Inc. of 2SS Holdings, the owner of TaxAct developer 2nd Story Software.°
  • Represented The Michaels Companies, Inc. (NASDAQ:MIK) in its $150 million acquisition of Lamrite West, Inc., an international wholesale and retail supplier of arts and crafts products, and certain of its affiliates and subsidiaries.°
  • Represented Houston-based auto lender First Investors Financial Services Group Inc. in its $100 million sale by merger to an affiliate of Aquiline Capital Partners, a New York-based private equity firm.°
  • Represented an Iowa-based life insurance company in its capacity as lead purchaser in the acquisition of approximately $90 million of promissory notes from a Texas-based residential real estate development group secured by the equity of various limited liability companies.°
  • Represented an NGP private equity fund in its $63 million sale of net profits overriding royalty interests to a private, independent energy company focused on oil and gas exploration and production in Texas and Louisiana.°
  • Represented Mayflower Communities, Inc. d/b/a Barrington of Carmel in the sale of substantially all of its assets to Prairie Landing Community, Inc. pursuant to Section 363 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.°
  • Advised The Prudential Insurance Company of America and certain of its affiliates in connection with financing the acquisition of Cornerstone Chemicals Company, a New Orleans-based chemical manufacturer, by H.I.G. Capital. Prudential acted as co-lead arranger for a $120 million credit agreement and purchased $40 million of senior subordinated notes with warrants.°
  • Advised The Prudential Insurance Company of America and certain of its affiliates in connection with financing the acquisition of Russell Plastics Technology Company, Inc., a supplier of composite plastics products for the aerospace and military markets, by Vaupell Holdings, Inc., a portfolio company of H.I.G. Capital.°
  • Advised General Electric Capital Corporation in connection with financing the acquisition of Essex Telcom, Inc. by JAB Wireless, Inc.°
  • Advised The Prudential Insurance Company of America and certain of its affiliates in connection with financing the acquisition of Pro-Pet, LLC, a manufacturer of premium and super-premium private label dry pet food, by a subsidiary of H.I.G. Capital.°
  • Represented an oilfield services company focused on providing wastewater and environmental solutions to the oil & gas industry across the continental United States in its $50 million sale of certain assets to a diversified, vertically integrated midstream master limited partnership.°
  • Represented Sawafi Al-Jazeera Oilfield Products and Services Co. Ltd., a leading provider of upstream oil and gas services to the Saudi Arabian energy industry and a wholly owned subsidiary of Khalid Ali Alturki & Sons Holding Company, in its simultaneous acquisitions of Newsco International Energy Services USA Inc., Telemetrix USA Inc., and related intellectual property and directional-drilling assets from their affiliates.°
  • Represented Tricity Pain Associates and Interventional Pain Management—both leading providers of integrated pain management care, ambulatory surgery centers, and ancillary patient treatment across Texas—in their recapitalization transaction and growth capital partnership with Spindletop Capital Management, a healthcare growth equity and growth buyout firm.°
  • Represented Golub Capital in its capacity as Creditors’ Representative on behalf of the first-lien lenders to American Community Newspapers in connection with the separate sales of its operations in Ohio, Minnesota, Texas, and Northern Virginia.°
  • Represented XactiMed, Inc., a software company and leading provider of web-based revenue cycle technologies and services, in its acquisition by MedAssets Net Revenue Systems pursuant to a forward triangular merger.°
  • Represented an NGP affiliate in its $28 million sale of certain overriding royalty interest, royalty interests, non-working or carried interests, operating rights, and mineral rights together with the related oil, gas, and other mineral leases and pooling orders.°
  • Represented Coastal Field Services, a manufacturing, construction, and integrity-support services provider to the oil and gas industry, in the sale of substantially all of its assets to Primoris Services Corporation (NASDAQ Global Select:PRIM) for total consideration of approximately $27.5 million.°
  • Represented MapFrame, a utilities-services software company, in its strategic acquisition by an affiliate of General Electric Co.°
  • Represented an affiliate of Metrod (Malaysia) Sdn Berhad, a Malaysia-based copper manufacturer that is publicly traded on the Bursa Malaysia, in its sale of its U.S.-based copper manufacturing operations to an affiliate of Sam Dong Co. Ltd., a South Korea-based magnet-wire manufacturer.°
  • Represented a London-based private equity fund in the restructuring of its ownership of an energy-focused portfolio company, including the formation of new intermediary entities, a parent-subsidiary merger and the infusion of additional capital into the survivor of the merger.°
  • Represented a private investment fund in its contemporaneous (1) buyout of a management team’s equity stake in multiple companies related to a restaurant franchise featuring fast-casual Indian cuisine, (2) roll-up of independently owned companies related to that restaurant franchise, and (3) issuance of profits interests to key service providers by certain entities within the newly reorganized ownership structure.°
  • Represented the portfolio company of a London-based private equity fund in a freeze-out merger.°
  • Represented Collaboration Holdings LLC a/k/a Collaboration Capital, a Houston-based investment platform focused on ESG/impact-oriented portfolio investments, in its sale to The Next Seed Inc. a/k/a NextSeed, a Houston-based crowd-funding platform.°
  • Represented numerous clients in reorganizing their organizational structures through mergers of affiliates and subsidiaries.°
  • Counseled Rice Drilling B LLC on governance and securities law issues related to the establishment of new first-lien and second-lien credit facilities and the exercise of certain rights by the holders of Senior Subordinated Convertible Debentures.°
  • Represented iSymmetry in connection with Indian business process outsourcing and recruiting matters.°
  • Represented a U.S.-based financial compliance-consulting firm in its entrance into back-to-back consulting services agreements for the delivery of cybersecurity services to its alterative-asset-management clients.°
  • Represented an insurance consultant/broker and vendor in connection with various back-to-back master service agreements with third-party providers of specialized services for the purpose of enabling my client to provide fully integrated service offerings to the users of its proprietary platform.°

°The above representations were handled by Mr. Bartz prior to his joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.

Anerkennung durch den Markt

  • Listed, The Legal 500 United States, 2017-2019
    • M&A/Corporate and Commercial: M&A – Middle-Market ($500M-$999M), 2019
    • M&A/Corporate and Commercial: M&A – Middle-Market (Sub-$500M), 2017-2018
  • Listed, Super Lawyers magazine, Texas Super Lawyers, "Rising Star," 2014-2020
    • “Up-and-Coming 100,” 2019-2020
  • Member, American Bar Association, 2021
    • Member, Business Law Section, 2021
      • Member, LLCs, Partnerships and Unincorporated Entities Committee, 2021
  • The Children's Trust (Children's Medical Center Foundation), 2014-2017
    • Chair of the Board, 2017
    • Board Member, 2016
  • Dallas Bar Association's Legal Line Committee, 2014-2016
    • Co-Chair, 2015-2016
    • Co-Vice Chair, 2014
  • Member, YPE Dallas (Young Professionals in Energy), 2012-2021
  • Member, Duke Club of North Texas, 2006-2021
  • Member, Dallas Vanderbilt Alumni Chapter, 2006-2021

Ausbildung

Akademische Ausbildung
  • J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School, 2006
  • A.B., Duke University, 2003
Zulassung
  • Texas
  • Georgia