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Third Thursday Business Networking Luncheon

  • 15 Jan 2015
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • EL Primo's Mexican Grill and Cantina , 2300 Matlock, Mansfield TX 76063


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Television has given us fictional trial attorneys Perry Mason, Jack McCoy of Law & Order and Denny Crane of Boston Legal, but when it comes to real life lawyering, few can come close to Gene DuBose. Start Gene talking and you'll find an experienced, highly-trained business attorney who is passionate about keeping people out of the courtroom.


A native New Yorker, Gene has been a sole practitioner in Dallas since 1982, litigating a wide variety of commercial dispute, including non-competes, securities, banking issues, landlord-tenant issues, real estate transactions, transportation, intellectual property, contracts, uniform commercial code, antitrust, eminent domain, zoning, land use fraud and many other issues involving state and federal law.


With bankruptcy matters a part of his practice, Gene has represented debtors, creditors and bankruptcy trustees. His clients have included Fortune 500 companies and small business owners, entrepreneurs and independent investors and businesses involved in banking, transportation, retail, manufacturing, construction, shipping, communications, health care and other industries.


A specialist in mortgage and foreclosure litigation, Gene spent more than a decade representing Washington Mutual and other banks, litigating all aspects of the Texas mortgage process - from the legality of the foreclosure and questions regarding the wide range of servicing activities associated with residential mortgages, to all aspects of the post-foreclosure ownership, including eviction, clearing title and the like.


Before opening his own practice, Gene worked for a New York law firm and a Dallas law firm, specializing in trial and appellate commercial litigation in a variety of areas, and clerked for Marvin E. Frankel, a United States District Judge in New York City.


For several years, Gene was an Assistant Professor at the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, where he taught courses in civil procedure, injunctions, remedies, contracts, sales, and law and psychiatry. He graduated cum laude from Cornell University and magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was an officer of the Harvard Law Review.


Gene is a member of the Bars of the States of Texas and New York, U.S. Supreme Court, Second Circuit, Fifth Circuit, Eleventh Circuit, Southern District of New York, and Northern, Western and Eastern Districts of Texas.


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