B.A., University of Texas, 1955 B.J., University of Texas, 1955 LL.B., University of Texas, 1958 Admitted to practice in Texas, 1958 Admitted to practice in Arkansas, 1961
Representation of the sellers of corporations in several of the largest actions of their type ever to occur in Arkansas. Representation of numerous professional corporations with respect to tax planning. Representation of various real estate developers. Preparation of complex estate plans involving corporate and partnership recapitalizations and multiple trusts. Only attorney in Arkansas to have lectured at the N.Y.U. Federal Tax Institute, the most prestigious tax program in America; Additional lectures in Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas and articles for all major national tax journals; Served as editor of Legal Economics, magazine published by the Section of Economics of Law Practice of the American Bar Association; Arkansas Bar Association, General Practice of Law Committee, member; Arkansas Bar Foundation, fellow, member of the board; Central Arkansas Estate Council, current president; American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, fellow; Committee to save the Arkansas Bar Center; V.O.C.A.L.S., member.
St. Vincent Development Foundation, served as Chairman of the Board of Directors; Easter Seal Society, served as Chairman of the Board; Museum of Discovery, Board of Directors; Temple B’Nai Israel.
Little Rock Office
425 West Capitol Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201-3525
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