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Stuber Cooper Voge, PLLC 2600 Network Blvd Suite 305, Frisco TX, 75034 (214) 472-2770

Jamey L. Voge

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Stuber Cooper Voge, PLLC
2600 Network Blvd, Suite 305
Frisco, Texas 75034

Phone: 214-472-2773
Fax: 214-472-2790
Email: jvoge@scvlaw.net
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Jamey L. Voge practices in the following areas of law: Construction Law; Business Litigation; Commercial Real Estate

Admitted: 2001, Texas; U.S. District Court - Northern, Southern, & Eastern Districts of Texas

Law School: Southern Methodist University (J.D., 2001)

College: Iowa State University (B.S., Accounting, 1998)

Member: State Bar of Texas (Member, Construction Law Section); Dallas Bar Association (Member, Construction Law Section); TEXO, The Construction Association; Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA); International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)

Honors/Recognitions: Designated Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star by Texas Monthly Magazine (2004-2009,2011)

Guest Speaker: Lorman Educational Services Seminars: "Tricks, Traps, and Ploys Used In Construction Scheduling" in Fort Worth, TX on April 27, 2005; Lorman Educational Services Seminars: "The Fundamentals of Construction Contracts in Texas: Understanding the Issues" in Dallas, TX, January 11, 2006; Lorman Educational Services Seminars: "The Fundamentals of Construction Contracts: Understanding the Issues in Texas," in Dallas, TX, September 25, 2008; Lorman Educational Services Seminars: "What To Do When Construction Projects Go Bad in Texas" in Fort Worth, TX on January 21, 2009; State Bar of Texas: "The Basic Course in Texas Construction Law" in Dallas, TX on October 16-17, 2008; "Construction Issues and Mechanics’ Liens: Where did the Allowance Go?" presented to the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) - October 2009 in Phoenix, AZ.

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