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    Kelly Vickers is a Partner in the Dallas office of Locke Lord LLP and her practice focuses on white collar criminal defense, internal investigations, and complex commercial litigation. Kelly also advises clients on compliance and ethics issues, including advising various companies on corporate governance, writing compliance policies, and reviewing gift, entertainment, and political contributions. In addition, Kelly advises several companies on compliance with alcoholic beverage codes, and has represented clients in enforcement actions involving the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.

    Kelly is a strategic problem solver who is detail and results oriented. She is extremely organized and directs the course for complex matters involving various parties and issues. Clients have praised Kelly’s candid demeanor, responsiveness and practical business-minded approach to handling matters in litigation, enforcement and compliance matters.

    Kelly has represented numerous companies and individuals in state and federal court in both criminal and complex commercial litigation, including trying many cases to verdict. She has represented clients in all facets of litigation and enforcement matters. Kelly’s attention to detail and ability to quickly master complex transactions provide clients with a significant advantage against opponents.

    While Kelly has focused her career on representing clients adverse to the Government, Kelly participated in the Lawyers on Loan program with the Dallas County District Attorney's Office in 2008 as a prosecutor where she tried numerous jury and bench trials and won multiple convictions.

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