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Baylor University School of Law,
Texas Christian University,
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
Nathan Winkler practices appellate law and insurance coverage, and provides litigation support. He has broad experience in litigation, including insurance, real estate, business disputes, personal injury, products liability, employment, contested probate and intellectual property. He has defended clients in complex, multi-party cases.
Mr. Winkler is a graduate of Baylor University School of Law, where he served as editor of the Baylor Law Review and interned at the Supreme Court of Texas. He earned his undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University.
When Independent Administrations Aren’t So Independent (Advanced Estate Planning and Probate 2015) (contributing author)
Declaring Your Independence: Making Dependent Administrations Less Dependent (Advanced Estate Planning and Probate 2014) (contributing author)
Unsuitability Due to a Conflict of Interest after Pine v. DeBlieux, REPTL Reporter, Nov. 6, 2014
TADC Professional Liability Newsletter (Spring 2013, Spring 2012 and Spring 2011) (co-editor)
Will Contests in the 21st Century: They Aren’t What They Used to Be (Advanced Estate Planning and Probate 2011) (contributing author)
Medicare’s Lien on Recovery from a Settlement Limited to the Amount Apportioned to Medical Expenses, Journal of Texas Insurance Law, Summer 2011 (co-author)
Litigation Section, State Bar of Texas
Appellate Section, State Bar of Texas
Appellate Section, Tarrant County Bar Association
Elder Law Committee, Tarrant County Bar Association
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