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Mike Farris

Mike Farris is an entertainment attorney, now retired, and writer in Dallas, Texas. He is the past editor of...

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Episode Notes

Lawyers are storytellers, and the shift from legalese to prose may not be too far a leap for some. In this episode of the State Bar of Texas Podcast, host Rocky Dhir talks to Mike Farris about his career as an entertainment lawyer and book author. They discuss the inspiration behind his books and delve into Mike’s writing process. They also talk about the “Fifty Shades of Grey” Texas lawsuit in which Mike represented the plaintiff, which then led to a non-fiction book co-authored with his client.

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Published: February 5, 2019
Podcast: State Bar of Texas Podcast
Category: Legal News
State Bar of Texas Podcast
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