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Firm:            RR Donnelley
Title:           Executive Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, General Counsel and
                 Corporate Secretary
Address:         111 South Wacker Drive
                 Chicago, IL 60606-4031

Phone:           (312) 326-8233
Fax:             (312) 326-8594

Suzanne S. Bettman began her professional career with the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis in
Chicago, focusing on corporate and securities laws and rising to partner before moving to the
corporate world at True North Communications – first as Vice President and Associate General
Counsel, then as Executive Vice President and General Counsel. Following the purchase of True
North Communications by The Interpublic Group of Companies, Sue served as Group Managing
Director and General Counsel for Huron Consulting Group, then a venture-backed business
consulting company started in March 2002. Sue joined RR Donnelley, the world’s premier full-
service provider of print and related services, in February 2004 where she is currently Executive
Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and Chief Compliance Officer.

B.A. Economics from Northwestern University
University of Illinois College of Law in Champaign, Illinois
Firm:           Comerica Bank
Title:          Chief Accounting Officer
Address:        1717 Main Street, 3rd Floor
                Dallas, TX 75201

Phone:          (214) 462-6684
Fax:            (214) 462-6810

Muneera Carr is the Chief Accounting Officer at Comerica Bank. In her current role, she is
responsible for overseeing external financial reporting and accounting operations, reviewing the
accounting treatment for complex transactions and implementing new accounting standards.
Prior to joining Comerica, Ms. Carr was a Professional Accounting Fellow in the Office of the
Chief Accountant at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission from 2007 through 2009.
Ms. Carr has performed the accounting policy function at other major banks such as SunTrust
and Bank of America. Ms. Carr also spent nine years with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, last
two of which were as Senior Manager in their National Office.

Ms. Carr graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelors of Business Administration degree in
Accounting from University of Texas in Arlington in 1996. She is a Certified Public Accountant in
Texas and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Firm:           Deloitte & Touche LLP
Title:          Partner
Address:        2200 Ross Avenue, Suite 1600
                Dallas, Texas 75201
Phone:          (214) 840-7434

Ed has over 30 years of accounting and auditing experience and currently serves as the North
Texas Professional Practice Director, responsible for technical guidance and quality reviews on
services to public and private clients. Ed gained experience with global clients as part of an
international assignment, consulted with practice offices on auditing procedures and reports as
part of a national office assignment. Ed has participated in several panel discussions regarding
Securities and Exchange Commission matters.

Ohio State University
Professional Affiliation: Member - American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Firm:           D.F. King & Co., Inc.
Title:          Senior Vice President
Address:        48 Wall St., 22nd Floor
                New York, NY 10005

Phone:          (212) 493-6922
Fax:            (212) 709-3262

Thomas A. Germinario is a Senior Vice President of D.F. King & Co., Inc. and co-head of the
firm’s U.S. corporate proxy division, with 28 years experience in proxy, corporate actions and
investor communications businesses. Mr. Germinario advises clients in merger and acquisition
activities, contested vote solicitations, corporate governance matters, tender/exchange offers,
annual/special meetings and corporate restructurings.

Mr. Germinario has extensive experience advising clients in board elections, anti-takeover
matters, executive compensation issues and shareholder proposals, including strategy
formulation and design of effective communications programs and message development to
targeted shareholder groups to maximize support for the board’s position. Advice on such
matters includes experience with known institutional investor voting guidelines and behavior,
industry trends, the level of influence of voting recommendations of proxy advisory firms, public
and investor relations considerations in the solicitation and the coordination with senior
management on the communications program to maximize positive results.

Mr. Germinario provides annual proxy solicitation advice to corporations in the telecom-
munications, chemical, defense, utility, technology, retail, pharmaceutical and hospitality
industries, among others.

Mr. Germinario has an M.B.A. in Finance from St. John’s University.
Firm:           Texas Instruments Incorporated
Title:          Vice President, Assistant Secretary and Assistant General Counsel
Address:        7839 Churchill Way, M/S 3999
                Dallas, TX 75251

Phone:          (972) 917-5434
Fax:            (972) 917-5586

Cindy Grimm is Vice President, Assistant Secretary and Assistant General Counsel for Texas
Instruments Incorporated in Dallas, Texas. She manages the Law Department’s Corporate
Governance/Finance group, which among other things assists TI’s board of directors and officers
in complying with legal requirements, and deals with securities law matters, financing activity and
executive benefits. Ms. Grimm is a member of the American Bar Association and the State Bar of
Texas. She has served as a member of the Board of Directors of The Society of Corporate
Secretaries and Governance Professionals (the Society) from 2002-2005, served as the National
Conference Committee Chair for the Society in 2009, and currently serves on its Securities Law
Committee. She has been a frequent speaker at Society events. Cindy also serves as a member
of the Audit and Ethics Committee of the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas.

Ms. Grimm received her B.S. degree in Economics from the University of Kentucky, where she
graduated with High Distinction. She earned her J.D. degree from Southern Methodist University,
where she was a member of the law review and the Order of the Coif.
Firm:           Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P.
Title:          Partner
Address:        2200 Ross Avenue, Suite 2800
                Dallas, TX 75201

Phone:          (214) 855-7444

Glen Hettinger is a partner with Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Mr. Hettinger has a broad range of
experience including representing public and private companies in accessing capital and effecting
mergers and acquisitions.

Mr. Hettinger has served on the board and audit committee of a public corporation and has
counseled boards of directors on corporate governance and fiduciary duties. At Mr. Hettinger’s
prior firm, he headed up the corporate and securities practice.

    Represented a NYSE listed company in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding,
     restructuring in excess of $7 billion in senior debt
    $600 million recapitalization of a New York Stock Exchange listed financial services
    Represented major stockholder in a proxy contest with a New York Stock Exchange
     listed hospitality company
    Represented a New York Stock Exchange listed company in purchasing substantially all
     the assets of a Nasdaq listed company in an UCC Article 9 sale
    Represented New York Stock Exchange companies in spin offs from parent companies
    Represented the General Counsel of a New York Stock Exchange listed company in
     connection with Sarbanes-Oxley Section 307 "up the ladder" reporting issues
    More than half a dozen strategic acquisitions for a New York Stock Exchange listed
     information technology company
    Represented a NASDAQ National Market-listed company in a $250 million leveraged
     repurchase of a 43% interest from a controlling family

Mr. Hettinger received his B.A., magna cum laude from Brigham Young University. He received
his J.D. from Columbia University School of Law, where he was editor of The Columbia Law
Firm:           Vinson & Elkins LLP
Title:          Partner
Address:        Trammell Crow Center
                2001 Ross Avenue, Suite 3700
                Dallas, TX 75201-2975

Phone:          (214) 220-7814

Michael handles a wide variety of commercial litigation, arbitration, and class action matters. He
has significant experience in securities class actions, suits against directors and officers, merger
challenges, internal investigations, and SEC enforcement matters. He has also handled antitrust
matters. He has represented a variety of clients, including energy and chemical companies,
financial institutions, private equity funds, auto dealers, major retail companies, software
companies, and telecommunications companies. He has tried cases before state and federal
courts and arbitration panels. Michael also counsels firm clients on various securities litigation
issues in connection with mergers, acquisitions, and offerings. Michael was named a "Rising
Star" by Texas Monthly from 2004 - 2008, and he was recognized as one of the "Best Young
Lawyers in Houston" in the area of business litigation in 2004.

Class Action Disputes
     Lead lawyer for group of car dealers in parallel federal antitrust and state DTPA class
       action cases alleging conspiracy to fix prices – class certification in federal case reversed
       on appeal and state cases settled favorably to our clients
     Obtained order reversing certification of a class alleging breach of contract claims against
       major credit card issuer
     Represented major consumer credit card issuer in lawsuit alleging violations of FDCPA;
       court granted motion to dismiss with prejudice

Commercial Disputes
    Obtained judgment that the buyer in a $10 billion merger breached its obligations to use
     its reasonable best efforts to secure its financing and consummate the merger with the
    Lead lawyer in dispute among shareholders of a closely held corporation
    Obtained arbitration award of 90 percent of clients’ damages in case involving allocation
     of offering proceeds

Securities Litigation and Enforcement Cases
    Lead lawyer for committee of independent directors of specialty retail company in
        lawsuits filed in Delaware and California challenging fairness of a go-private transaction –
        case was settled favorably to our clients and transaction closed
    Obtained dismissal of securities fraud class action against telecommunications company
    Obtained dismissal with prejudice of securities fraud class action and shareholder
        derivative claims against largest domestic electrical subcontractor
    The University of Texas, B.A. 1994, J.D. with honors, 1997 (Editor, The Review of
    Judicial intern to The Honorable Jerry Buchmeyer, U.S. District Court for the Northern
     District of Texas, 1995
    Judicial intern to The Honorable Priscilla R. Owen, Texas Supreme Court, 1996
    Admitted to practice: Texas, 1997

Professional Recognition
     "Texas Rising Star," Texas Monthly, 2004 - 2010

Activities and Affiliations
     Member: American Bar Association, Antitrust, Litigation, and International Law Sections;
         State Bar of Texas; Houston Bar Association; Houston Young Lawyers Association
     Committee Member: Civil Practice and Procedure Committee of the American Bar
         Association Section of Antitrust Law

Publications and Presentations
    "Fifth Circuit Revives the SEC’s Insider Trading Case Against Mark Cuban," V&E
        Securities Litigation and Enforcement E-communication, September 22, 2010 (co-author)
    "Get Prepared for Dodd-Frank," V&E Securities Litigation and Enforcement E-
        communication, August 4, 2010 (co-author)
    "Recent Developments Concerning the PSLRA’s Safe Harbor Provision, " V&E Securities
        Litigation Insights, Summer 2010 (co-author)
Firm:           Vinson & Elkins LLP
Title:          Partner
Address:        Trammell Crow Center
                2001 Ross Avenue, Suite 3700
                Dallas, TX 75201-2975

Phone:          (214) 220-7860

Robert's practice primarily involves corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, securities
offerings, and other investment activities in U.S. and international settings. He is a member of
V&E's Corporate Governance and Compliance Group.

Capital Markets
    World’s leading direct computer systems company in its corporate governance, capital
        markets and acquisition activities
    Leading information technology company in corporate governance and capital markets
        activities, including its successful stock and cash exchange offer for $1.4 billion of a
        hybrid security and successful remarketing of $200 million of the notes component of
        unexchanged securities
    Investment banks and issuers in over $11 billion of public offerings and private
        placements of equity and debt, including debt and equity shelf takedowns; underwritten
        sales by stockholders; debt and equity exchange offers; and IPOs of biotechnology,
        computer technology, energy, medical products and software companies

Mergers & Acquisitions
    Leading information technology company in $2.05 billion sale of a software subsidiary
       that develops and sells product design, engineering and life cycle management solutions
    U.S. energy company in its acquisitions and dispositions, including $2.1 billion cash-and-
       stock acquisition of a publicly traded U.S. E&P company, $4.5 billion acquisition by
       merger of a publicly-traded U.S. company, and $675 million disposition of all its
       operations in Argentina in three related stock and asset transactions
    Cable television acquisitions and dispositions in Argentina and Venezuela; direct
       broadcast satellite company acquisition in Mexico; food company acquisitions and
       dispositions in Mexico, Ecuador and Chile; hospitals and hospital company acquisitions in
       Mexico and Brazil; insurance company investment in Mexico; radio companies
       acquisitions in Mexico; software and Internet company acquisitions in Mexico, Brazil and

Private Equity and Fund Formation
     Private equity funds, principals, and principal limited partners in private equity fund
        formations including:
     $650 million global energy fund
     $250 million global clean energy technology fund
    University of Chicago Law School, J.D., 1986 (Comment Editor, University of Chicago
     Law Review)
    Brigham Young University, B.A. magna cum laude, 1983
    Judicial clerk to The Honorable Patrick E. Higginbotham, U.S. Court of Appeals for the
     Fifth Circuit, 1986 - 1987
    Admitted to practice: Texas, 1988
    Other Language: Spanish

Professional Recognition
     The Best Lawyers in America® in corporate law and project finance law, 2006 - 2011, in
        mergers & acquisitions law, 2007 - 2011
     Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business in corporate/M&A law, 2007 -
     "Texas Super Lawyer," Texas Monthly, 2007 - 2010

Activities and Affiliations
     Adjunct Lecturer: SMU Dedman School of Law, Spring 2007 (Latin American Business
     Member: American Bar Association; J. Reuben Clark Law Society

Publications and Presentations
    "Expanded Disclosure Requirements for Oil, Gas, and Mining Companies," V&E
        Financial Reform Update E-communication, August 19, 2010 (co-author)
Firm:           U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Title:          Assistant Regional Director
Address:        Fort Worth Regional Office
                801 Cherry Street, Suite 1900
                Fort Worth, TX 76102

Phone:          (817) 978-1405

Michael King is an assistant regional director in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s
Fort Worth Regional Office. He joined the SEC’s Division of Enforcement in 2003. During his
tenure, Mr. King has been primarily responsible for investigating and prosecuting enforcement
actions involving accounting fraud, improper trading by hedge funds, insider trading and offering
frauds. Mr. King is currently supervising the enforcement action against Stanford Financial Group
and R. Allen Stanford and investigations relating to the subprime mortgage crisis. Prior to joining
the SEC, Mr. King was an associate in the Dallas office of Haynes and Boone, LLP.

Mr. King received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in 1997. He earned his
J.D. with honors from Southern Methodist University in 2001.
Firm:           Houlihan Lokey
Title:          Managing Director
Address:        200 Crescent Court, Suite 1900
                Dallas, TX 75201-7843

Phone:          (214) 220-8490

Mr. Lacher is a Managing Director in Houlihan Lokey’s Dallas office, where he co-heads the firm’s
investment banking efforts in the Southwest. He also co-heads Houlihan Lokey’s M&A group and
is a Co-director of Houlihan Lokey’s national Fairness Opinion Committee. He has nearly three
decades of experience advising public and private clients on mergers, acquisitions, dispositions,
leveraged buyouts, capital-raising activities (senior, mezzanine/subordinated and equity) and
assessing strategic alternatives in several industries, including consumer products, business
services, industrial services, wholesale/distribution, energy, building products, food, technology,
retail and manufacturing.

Before joining Houlihan Lokey, Mr. Lacher was a Senior Managing Director in the Dallas
investment banking office of Bear, Stearns & Co. He also practiced corporate and securities law
at the Dallas-based firm of Hughes & Luce, where he was a partner in its corporate division.

Mr. Lacher earned a B.B.A. in accounting and a J.D. from the University of Texas, where he was
a Chancellor, as well as a member of the Order of the Coif and the Texas Law Review. He has
been licensed in Texas as an attorney and as a CPA. He is registered with FINRA as a General
Securities Principal (Series 7, 24 and 63) and a Limited Representative – Investment Banking
(Series 79).
Firm:           Andrews Kurth LLP
Title:          Partner
Address:        1717 Main Street, Suite 3700
                Dallas, TX 75201

Phone:          (214) 659-4530
Fax:            (214) 659-4803

Dudley Murrey is a partner in Andrews Kurth LLP, practicing primarily in the areas of corporate
finance, securities regulation and corporate governance. He represents clients in connection with
domestic and international capital markets transactions, including public, Rule 144A, Regula-
tion S and private offerings in the United States and the European and Asian markets. He also
represents clients in structured finance transactions, commercial lending arrangements and
facility and equipment financings. In addition, he regularly advises clients with respect to a broad
range of securities regulatory and corporate governance issues. Mr. Murrey also represents
clients in connection with corporate mergers, acquisitions and restructurings, as well as aircraft
acquisitions, dispositions and financings. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas.

    Representation of a Dow 30 company in public offerings of over $60 billion of debt
     securities, including numerous cross-border offerings
    Representation of a Fortune 250 company in the placement of $600 million of trust
     convertible preferred securities in the Rule 144A market
    Representation of a Dow 30 company in connection with over $12 billion of cross-border
    Representation of a Fortune 100 company in a $1 billion structured real estate financing
    Representation of Fortune 150 companies in connection with establishment of numerous
     credit facilities
    Representation of a Fortune 150 company in the securitization of over $4 billion of
     contract receivables
    Representation of an international finance company in the $750 million restructure of an
     international broadband communications provider
    Representation of Fortune 500 companies in synthetic lease financings of corporate
     facilities and equipment
    Representation of management group in structured financing of the management buyout
     of a Texas-based convenience store chain
    Representation of the lessee in the leverage lease financing of a major office
     building/computer center

Mr. Murrey received his B.S., with high honors from Southern Methodist University in 1971 and
his J.D. from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law in 1974. Mr. Murrey is a
member of the Order of the Coif and served as Assistant Editor-in-Chief of the Southwestern Law
Firm:           Jones Day
Title:          Partner
Address:        2727 North Harwood Street
                Dallas, TX 75201

Phone:          (214) 969-3766
Fax:            (214) 969-5100

Jim O'Bannon practices in the areas of corporate and securities laws. He has more than
25 years of experience representing issuers and underwriters in public and private offerings of
equity and debt securities as well as mergers and other acquisitions and dispositions of corporate
securities and assets. He is also extensively engaged in corporate counseling activities with
respect to SEC disclosure issues, corporate governance, directors' and officers' fiduciary duties,
tender offers, and other contests for corporate control. Notable corporate clients include
AMERISAFE, Bell Microproducts, BenefitMall, e-Rewards, Inc., Evercore Trust Company, Fluor
Corporation, The Howard Hughes Corporation, Novatel Wireless, and PMFG. Jim heads the
Firm's Capital Market Practice in the Texas Region. He is a frequent speaker on issues related to
SEC disclosure, corporate governance, and executive compensation.

Chambers USA, PLC Which Lawyer?, Texas Super Lawyers


    Capital Markets
    Corporate Governance
    Mergers & Acquisitions

Southern Methodist University (J.D. 1983; Order of the Coif; Editor, Journal of Air Law and
Commerce); The University of Texas (M.B.A. 1980; B.B.A. with highest honors 1978)
Firm:           Exxon Mobil Corporation
Title:          Coordinator - Corporate Finance & Securities
Address:        5959 Las Colinas Blvd.
                Irving, TX 75039

Phone:          (972) 444-1478

James E. Parsons is Coordinator of the Corporate Finance & Securities legal group for Exxon
Mobil Corporation. He advises Exxon Mobil on all aspects of Federal securities law, including
disclosure issues and reporting; insider trading and reporting; executive compensation; securities
offerings; and mergers and acquisitions, as well as on general corporate governance matters and
state corporate law.

Mr. Parsons joined Exxon Mobil in New York in 1990. From 1985 to 1990, he worked in the
Corporate and Securities section of the law firm Thompson & Knight in Dallas. He served on the
New York Stock Exchange Proxy Work Group and the NYSE Corporate Governance Committee,
which recently issued its comprehensive report and recommendations on corporate governance
practices and the proxy voting process. Mr. Parsons is a regular speaker on securities law and
corporate governance topics.

Mr. Parsons received a B.A. from Rice University in 1982 with high honors and a J.D. from
Stanford Law School in 1985, where he is a member of the Order of the Coif.
Firm:            Baker Botts LLP
Title:           Partner, Corporate
Address:         2001 Ross Avenue
                 Dallas, TX 75201-2980

Phone:           (214) 953-6634
Fax:             (214) 661-4634

Doug Rayburn is deputy chair of the firmwide corporate practice at Baker Botts LLP. His principal
areas of concentration are securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate
matters. He has substantial experience representing issuers, underwriters and selling
shareholders in numerous registered public offerings, including initial public offerings, offerings of
debt and equity by public companies, tender offers and shelf registrations, as well as in Rule
144A transactions and other private placements. He advises issuers in a wide variety of
industries, including oilfield services, exploration and production, gas storage, alternative energy,
retail, food products and technology.

Additionally, Mr. Rayburn represents numerous parties and investment banking firms in mergers
and acquisitions, including negotiated acquisitions and dispositions, controlled auctions, tender
offers and related financings. He has represented many public and private companies in the
energy industry, as well as in consumer products and retail. His practice also encompasses
corporate governance, corporate investigations and other general corporate concerns.

State Bar of Texas
Dallas Bar Association

J.D. (cum laude), University of Michigan Law School, 1993
M.B.A., Vanderbilt University, 1989
B.A. (cum laude ), economics, Vanderbilt University, 1988
Listed in The Best Lawyers in America, 2008 - 2010
Recognized as a Texas Rising Star, 2004 - 2006, and as a Texas Super Lawyer, 2006, 2007,
2009 and 2010
Named one of the "Best Lawyers Under 40 in Dallas" by D Magazine, 2006
Firm:           Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
Title:          Partner
Address:        200 Crescent Court
                Suite 300
                Dallas, TX 75201

Phone:          (214) 746-8117
Fax:            (214) 746-7777

Michael Saslaw is a partner in the Dallas office of Weil, Gotshal & Manges. Mr. Saslaw’s primary
practice areas are mergers & acquisitions, securities offerings, financings, restructurings and
corporate counseling. He has extensive experience with businesses in a variety of industries,
including energy, media, technology, retail, consumer products and manufacturing.

Mr. Saslaw is consistently recognized in Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America and The
International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers.

    Represented Anadarko Petroleum Corporation in its $93 million acquisition of exploration
     and production assets from bankrupt TXCO Resources.
    Represented Lehman Brothers in its sale of Eagle Energy Partners to EDF Trading North
     America Management LLC and EDF Trading North America Inc. for approximately
     $230 million.
    Represented WL Ross in the $1.1 billion acquisition of Option One (H&R Block's
     mortgage servicing business).
    Represented Electronic Data Systems Corporation in the $420 million acquisition of
     Saber Holdings, Inc.
    Represented Sunterra Corporation in its $700 million sale to Diamond Resorts, LLC.
    Represented GE Commercial Finance, through its subsidiary GE Energy Financial
     Services, in the $710 million acquisition of the natural gas retail operations of Kinder
     Morgan, Inc.
    Represented GE Commercial Finance, through its subsidiary GE Energy Financial
     Services, in the $1.5 billion sale of a 50% interest in CCE Holdings, LLC to Energy
     Transfer Partners, LP.
    Represented an insurgent director candidate in his successful election to the Board of
     Directors of Conseco, Inc. through a proxy contest.

New York State

Mr. Saslaw holds a B.S., magna cum laude, from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (1979) and a
J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School (1982). Mr. Saslaw was an editor of the
University of Pennsylvania Law Review (1980-82).
Firm:           Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Title:          Vice President Investor Relations
Address:        702 Southwest 8th Street
                Bentonville, AR 72716

Phone:          (479) 277-1498

Carol A. Schumacher serves as Vice President of Investor Relations at Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.,
managing and overseeing the company’s communications with investment community, financial
media and Wal-Mart associates. She joined the company in October 2004, and served for one
year as Vice President of Corporate Affairs, responsible for reputation management programs.
She is the company’s primary spokesperson to the Wall Street community.

From 2002 through September 2004, she served as Senior Vice President for Corporate Affairs
of Kerr-McGee Corporation (now owned by Anadarko), responsible for areas supporting the
company’s reputation and image, including government relations, investor relations, corporate
communications, community affairs, and advertising.

She served as Vice President of Public Relations at The Home Depot for three years before
joining Kerr-McGee. Her career in the public relations and marketing communications industry
includes 17 years of agency service at Burson-Marsteller, Cohn & Wolfe and Edelman.

She is a past President of the National Alumni Board for St. Bonaventure University and
completed a two-year term on the University’s board of trustees. She was named Alumna of the
Year in 1998 at St. Bonaventure.

She also is a member of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) and the Arthur Page
Society for senior communications professionals. She serves as a volunteer for several
community organizations in Northwest Arkansas.

Schumacher, a New Jersey native, received a degree in journalism from St. Bonaventure
University in New York in 1978 and a master's degree in communications from Glassboro State
College in New Jersey, now Rowan University, in 1979.
Firm:            Jones Day
Title:           Partner
Address:         2727 North Harwood Street
                 Dallas, TX 75201

Phone:           (214) 969-2973
Fax:             (214) 969-5100

Pat Villareal’s practice focuses on representing public companies and their directors and officers
facing securities and corporate governance litigation, as well as advising boards of directors and
board committees in matters such as internal investigations and corporate governance issues.
She has extensive experience in director and officer indemnification and insurance issues and
has represented public companies and private equity clients in response to claims arising from
mergers and acquisitions.

Pat has been highly successful in winning securities cases through motions to dismiss under the
Private Securities Litigation Reform Act, in motions for summary judgment, and in Daubert
motions. She recently won a motion to dismiss a consolidated securities class action complaint
on behalf of Dell and certain of its current and former directors and its independent auditor on the
grounds that the plaintiff failed to adequately plead scienter or loss causation. In re Dell Inc. Sec.
Litig., No. A-06-CA-726-SS (W.D. Tex.), 591 F. Supp. 2d 877 (2008).

Her other clients include Novatel Wireless, Bell Microproducts, Electronic Data Systems,
Michaels Stores, SOURCECORP, Cintas Corporation, ACI Worldwide, Dana Corporation, Nabors
Industries, Morgan Stanley, and UICI.

Pat co-chairs the Firm’s Securities Litigation & SEC Enforcement Practice. Recently, she headed
the preparation of a letter commenting on the June 5, 2008 Exposure Draft of a Proposed
Statement of Financial Accounting Standards that would replace and expand FAS 5’s disclosure
requirements for loss contingencies. She regularly lectures on corporate governance and
securities related issues.

    Zoran acquires Microtune for $166 million
    Novatel Wireless defends shareholder class action and shareholder derivative actions
      regarding misrepresentations concerning their financial results
    Insurance industry company defends SEC investigation

    Securities Litigation & SEC Enforcement Trial Practice
    International Litigation & Arbitration
    Corporate Compliance Programs
    Securities Fraud Class Actions
Named to the "Client Service All-Star List" (2009) by BTI Consulting and named in Chambers
USA (2006-2010) for securities litigation (Band 1), The Best Lawyers in America (2006-2011),
Texas Super Lawyers (2007-2009), "Best Women Lawyers" D Magazine (2010), and Lawdragon
500 Leading Lawyers in America (2008)


Law Clerk to Judge H. Barefoot Sanders, United States District Court, Northern District of Texas
(1980 and 1981 terms)

Special Assistant, House Judiciary Committee (1975-1977)

Harvard University (J.D. 1980); Mount Vernon College (B.A. in Political Science 1977)

Firm:           Energy Future Holdings Corp.
Title:          Vice President and Associate General Counsel
Address:        1601 Bryan, 6th Floor
                Dallas, TX 75201

Phone:          (214) 812-6038

Andy Wright is Vice President and Associate General Counsel for Energy Future Holdings Corp.
(formerly TXU Corp.) in Dallas, Texas. His team is primarily responsible for providing legal
support to EFH’s businesses in the areas of corporate development, mergers & acquisitions,
corporate governance, corporate securities and financings. Prior to joining EFH in 2004,
Mr. Wright was an attorney at Vinson & Elkins LLP practicing in the corporate group in Dallas and

Mr. Wright is a member of the State Bars of Texas and New York and a Certified Public

Mr. Wright received his B.B.A., magna cum laude, from Southern Methodist University in 1990
and his J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame in 1996.

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