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Dallas Litigator Sally C. Helppie Stars in a Career Double Feature

, Texas Lawyer

When Dallas lawyer Sally C. Helppie heard a scary story about a tragic death and a haunted building, she thought it sounded like a plot of a horror movie, so she produced it. Helppie is of counsel at seven-lawyer Tipton Jones in Dallas where she practices commercial litigation and entertainment law. But she's also president and co-founder of Sabbatical Pictures, the movie production company behind a feature film called "The Beacon."

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