From The Journal Record:
OKLAHOMA CITY – Jennifer Ivester Berry has joined Phillips Murrah’s Transactional Practice Group as an of counsel attorney.
In her role with the firm, Berry counsels developers, commercial and institutional lenders and others involved in the purchase, sale, construction, leasing and financing of commercial real estate.
Prior to joining Phillips Murrah, Berry was a director for the Oklahoma City law firm of Crowe & Dunlevy and served as an adjunct professor at her alma mater, the Oklahoma City University School of Law, where she taught real estate development law in 2014.
Phillips Murrah also added Amy D. White to the firm’s Litigation Practice Group as an of counsel attorney. White brings 12 years of trial experience focused on representing business and commercial interests. She specializes in product liability, patent litigation, and appellate work.
White’s state and federal practice is focused on business and commercial litigation, with specific experience in the area of product liability defense, especially cases involving tractors and other machinery.
Prior to joining the firm, White worked for McAfee & Taft.