Jadd Masso Accepted to Leadership Dallas Class of 2019
Clark Hill Strasburger Member Jadd Masso was recently selected to join the Dallas Regional Chamber Leadership Class of 2019. Founded in 1975, Leadership Dallas prepares a diverse group of leaders to serve as agents and sustainers of positive change for the quality of life in the Dallas Region.
Leadership Dallas has over 2,200 graduates, including Member, Tobias Smith, who was a graduate in the Leadership Class of 2018. During the 10-month educational program, participants develop leadership capabilities as they build strong relationships with fellow classmates and current community leaders. Through lectures, discussion groups, on-site visits, simulations, class projects, and other leadership development activities, participants gain a deeper understanding of the critical issues facing the Dallas Region and are challenged to apply their talents towards addressing these issues in the future.
Masso is a trial and appellate litigator focusing on business disputes. He has served as lead counsel in more than 50 appeals in state and federal courts. He also works with the firm's litigation section by providing assistance with trial strategy, complex procedural matters, dispositive motions, jury charge issues, and preservation of error.
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