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David Moseley practices in the area of corporate/business law representing local and national business entities.  Serving as general counsel for many of these businesses, Mr. Moseley handles a wide range of corporate and business issues including entity structure; dispositions and acquisitions of assets; mergers and acquisitions; and the negotiation, documentation and enforcement of business arrangements.  Mr. Moseley has represented clients in the hospitality field for the last twenty-five years, including owners, operators, lenders, investors and asset managers.

Mr. Moseley is a partner with Glast, Phillips & Murray, P.C., a Dallas based law firm that offers a wide range of services to business clients.

Mr. Moseley received his bachelor's degree from Baylor University in 1969 and his law degree from Southern Methodist University in 1974, where he has been an alumni representative on the Dean's Long Range Planning Committee. He is a board member with the Institute for Policy Innovation. He is also a member of the Dallas Bar Association where he is a former section chair.  He is a former chair of the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees of Dallas Baptist University.  He has also served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Baylor Health Care System Foundation as well as the Boards of Directors of Dallas National Bank and VisionForge Venture Development Company. Mr. Moseley was an Adjunct Instructor at Richland College teaching a course in Law and Ethics and he is a frequent speaker and panelist on legal topics. He served as an Infantry Officer in the United States Army Reserve.  Mr. Moseley is admitted to practice before the U. S. District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas; the U. S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit; the U. S. Supreme Court and the U. S. Tax Court.  He was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1974.  Mr. Moseley was born in Dallas, Texas in 1946.  He and his bride, Judy Bob, have one son, Joe Thomas Moseley.



Business Law



“Management Agreements 2003: When is a deal, a deal? and What is the deal?”, The Conrad Hilton School Hospitality Law Conference (2003).

“Hotel Management Agreements: Industry Trends and Today’s Issues,” Third Annual Hospitality Law Conference (2005).

“On the Ground in New Orleans: A Case Study in Dealing with Disaster Preparation, Management and Recovery,” Academy of Hospitality Industry Attorneys Spring Symposium (2006).

“The State of the Art in Management Contract Negotiations: Key Deal Points for Owners and Managers,” The Academy of Hospitality Attorneys Fall Symposium (2006).

“Avoiding Controversy and Disputes in Hotel Management Agreements: Lessons Learned from Recent Cases and Developments,” The Fifth Annual Hospitality Law Conference (2007).

“Have Gun Will Travel: Dealing with Concealed Firearms in the Hospitality Industry“, the Tenth Annual Hospitality Law Conference (2012).

“Firearms on Private Commercial Property,” The Second Amendment Foundation’s Twenty Ninth Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (2014).

“Nuts and Bolts of Drafting Management Agreements,” State Bar of Texas Inaugural Course on Legal Issues in the Hospitality Industry” (2015).



Baylor University (B.A. 1969)

Southern Methodist University (J.D. 1974)



Dallas Bar Association (past section chair)

Charter Member of the Academy of Hospitality Industry Attorneys and the Global Alliance of Hospitality Attorneys

Charter Member of Multi-Unit Operators Counsel Committee of the American Hotel & Lodging Association

Texas Bar Association


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