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JENNIFER S. PRECISE is an attorney and IT vendor management specialist with EBSCO Industries, Inc. at the company’s international headquarters in Birmingham, Alabama. Ms. Precise’s practice focuses on vendor management related to information technology and includes reviewing, drafting, and negotiating complex legal agreements primarily related to the purchase of technology-related products and services necessary for the company’s operation. Before joining EBSCO, Ms. Precise was a member of the legal and contact management group at Regions Bank for five years in in the bank's Corporate Procurement Department. Prior to that time, she practiced civil litigation in both Alabama and Mississippi for eight years, primarily in the area of insurance defense and achieved partner status in two law firms. Ms. Precise has lectured for legal professionals on a variety of topics including legal ethics, evidence, expert testimony, internet legal research, and drafting and negotiating business contracts. She is currently a member of the Alabama State Bar. Ms. Precise earned her B.A. degree, cum laude, from Birmingham-Southern College and her J.D. degree from the University of Alabama School of Law.
STEPHEN A. WALSH is a partner with the firm of Adams and Reese LLP, in their Birmingham, Alabama office and a member of the special business services practice group. Mr. Walsh focuses his practice on advising and representing companies, officers, and directors in business and litigation matters, including contract negotiation, general business and complex litigation, with an emphasis on labor and employment litigation, consumer finance and real estate litigation, and the defense of professional liability claims, and shareholder disputes. In addition to his litigation practice, he also has extensive experience negotiating contracts, including software license agreements, non-disclosure agreements, statements of work, professional services and master agreements on behalf of financial services institutions, manufacturers, contractors, engineering firms, construction companies, and staffing companies. Mr. Walsh graduated with his B.S. degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and earned his J.D. degree from the University of Alabama School of Law. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the Birmingham Bar Association and is on the Board of Editors for Alabama Lawyer.
M. SCOTT YEAGER is a sole practitioner in Fairhope, Alabama, where he focuses his practice in the areas of civil litigation, construction litigation, business formation, business litigation, landlord/tenant disputes, municipal law, estate planning and probate. Mr. Yeager has more than eight years with in-house legal departments of large publicly traded corporations, with more than six years of government contracting experience with a major defense contractor. Mr. Yeager also has experience negotiating contracts, including license agreements, non-disclosure agreements, statements of work, professional service agreements and master agreements. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alabama, an Associate of Science degree in paralegal studies from Samford University and a Juris Doctorate degree from the Birmingham School of Law. During law school he worked with large law firms in Birmingham, Alabama as a paralegal, where he was involved in corporate, estate and trust, probate, bankruptcy and insurance defense litigation.