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(DALLAS) January 18, 2011 – The Dallas Bar Association (DBA) Board of Directors elected Bradley C. Weber as its new Chairman during the group’s annual organizational meeting late last week. A graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, Weber is a Partner with Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell and is Co-Leader of the Antitrust Litigation Practice Group. He is experienced in a variety of arbitration matters and commercial litigation in both state and federal courts. Weber also has extensive experience representing clients in class action litigation and has represented numerous clients in investigations and other proceedings with the Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice.
Throughout his legal career, Weber has served on a number of DBA committees and sections. He is the past Co-Chair of the Judiciary Committee, the Bench Bar Conference Committee and the Morris Harrell Professionalism Committee. He currently serves as Chair of the Bylaws Committee and the Finance Committee and is Co-Chair of the American Bar Association, Section of Litigation’s Antitrust Litigation Committee. He is a past president of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers.
The Dallas Bar Association, founded in 1873, is a voluntary professional association of more than 10,000 lawyers and is dedicated to the continuing education of its members, as well as community programs.
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