That'd be at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization's 9th Clinical Team Conference, which kicks off on October 23 at the Hyatt Regency Dallas downtown. And, look, that's just a guess. We don't have access to the guy's datebook; could be the Dallas attorney already has his tickets (if not, Fred, they're available here). Only, this media release does sorta suggest Baron might, ya know, want to keep his distance from the Hyatt near Reunion Tower: "Elizabeth Edwards to be Opening Speaker at National Hospice Conference in Dallas." Could make things, ya know, a little awkward. --Robert Wilonsky
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