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- In-house Counsel: Don’t Forget Who Your Client Is (and Is Not) November 6, 2017
- Navigating Lateral Moves Between Law Firms, Georgia Bar Journal, August 2017
- Five Tips for Better Engagement Letters, The Litigator, February 2017
- Law Firm Partnership Agreements: The Essentials, The Verdict Magazine, Winter 2015
- Disqualification of Counsel in Litigation, The Litigator, February 2015
- What’s in a Name? Restrictions in the Naming of Law Firms, The Litigator, November 2014
- Of Counsel Arrangements: The Basics, Fulton County Daily Report, August, 21, 2014