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Stuart D. Colburn
Jay R. Downs
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Jeremy J. Cook
M. Gaddy Wells
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M. Gaddy Wells

M. Gaddy Wells
Attorney
[email protected]

Mr. Wells' accomplished professional background allows him to provide counsel in several areas including commercial law, real estate law, and civil litigation. He previously served as a staff attorney for a casualty insurance company and as general counsel for commercial real estate and aircraft repair companies. In addition, he handles estate planning matters. Mr. Wells also offers experience as a bank officer and is knowledgeable about banking, finance, and real estate law as well as commercial, corporate, and partnership transactions. Mr. Wells is also a trained mediator.

Bar Admissions

  • State of Texas
  • United States District CourtóNorthern, Southern and Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas
  • United States Court of Appeals - Fifth Circuit

Professional Affiliations

  • State Bar of Texas - Real Estate Forms Committee
  • Dallas Bar Association
  • Tarrant County Bar Association

Education

  • Baylor University, J.D., 1977
  • Texas A&M University, M.S., 1970
  • Texas A&M University, B.A., 1969

Publications

  • "Subdivision Restrictions and Property Owner Association Documents - New State Bar Forms," Real Estate Documents, Workouts & Closings Seminar, University of Houston Law School, March 2008.
  • "A Mediation in Banking," Texas Independent Banker , November/December, 1991.
  • Comment, "Measure of Damages for Misrepresentation Under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act," 29 Baylor Law Review 135.
  • Comment, "The Doctrine of Unconscionability: A Sword as Well as a Shield," 29 Baylor Law Review 309.