Phillips Murrah Attorney Rodney L. Cook has been appointed as an adjunct professor at Oklahoma City University School of Law where he will be teaching Pretrial Litigation this semester. He continues to serve as an adjunct professor at the University of Oklahoma College of Law where he has taught Civil Pretrial Litigation for ten years.
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By Jim Roth, Director and Chair of the Firm’s Clean Energy Practice Group. This column was originally published in The Journal Record on January 18, 2016. White, male, (Christian?) American terrorists On Jan. 2, protestors stormed the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Tehran, Iran, after the execution of 47 people in Saudi Arabia. This mass execution […]
Phillips Murrah is proud to announce that we have expanded our group of Directors from 31 to 35, promoting Attorneys Bobby Dolatabadi, Melissa R. Gardner, Patrick L. Hullum, and Clayton D. Ketter to Shareholders. Dolatabadi an experienced real estate attorney who represents his clients in a multitude of real estate transactions including acquisitions, divestitures, leasing, development […]
The Phillips Murrah Board of Directors has elected Director Dawn M. Rahme to the Firm’s Executive Committee. Rahme previously served as a Practice Group Leader for the Firm’s Transactional Practice Group. Rahme represents individuals and businesses in an array of transactional matters focusing on assisting corporations, partnerships and individuals in general tax planning.
Phillips Murrah Director Joshua L. Edwards has been named as the Practice Group Leader of the Firm’s Transactional Practice Group. Edwards is a corporate attorney who represents clients in a broad range of commercial transactions, including private securities offerings and venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, real estate transactions, and commercial finance. Edwards joins Director […]
By Jim Roth, Director and Chair of the Firm’s Clean Energy Practice Group. This column was originally published in The Journal Record on January 11, 2016. Congress extends tax incentives for clean energy development Just before the holiday break, President Obama signed the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act into law, which – among other […]
Gavel to Gavel appears in The Journal Record. This column was originally published in The Journal Record on Jan. 7, 2016. By Phillips Murrah Director Robert O. O’Bannon On Dec. 18, President Obama signed into law a package of tax extenders called “The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015,” or PATH. Tax extenders are nothing […]
By Jim Roth, Director and Chair of the Firm’s Clean Energy Practice Group. This column was originally published in The Journal Record on Dec. 31, 2015. A breath of fresh air, finally The percentage of children in the U.S. with asthma is leveling off, and even finally declining in certain demographics, according to a government […]
Gavel to Gavel appears in The Journal Record. This column was originally published in The Journal Record on Nov. 19, 2015. By Phillips Murrah Director Catherine Campbell The time is upon us when certain business employers must comply with the Affordable Care Act, or ACA. Starting on Jan. 1, along with businesses with 100 or more employees, […]
Kayce L. Gisinger has joined Phillips Murrah’s Litigation Practice Group as an of counsel attorney. In her role with the firm, Gisinger defends clients in cases involving product liability, auto and trucking negligence, premises liability, medical malpractice, legal malpractice, employment law and general negligence. Prior to joining the firm, Gisinger worked at Abowitz Timberlake & […]
UPDATE: Due to the progress of Project 180, access to roads in the downtown OKC Central Business District changes very often. This may affect how to get to our parking garage, located on Harvey Ave, just south of Park Ave. For the latest information about how to access Phillips Murrah Client Parking, please click here. […]
Hundreds of patrons filled the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark on Nov. 5 to support i2E’s (Innovation to Enterprise) annual OKBio BrewFest. “The intellectual activity surrounding the annual i2E BrewFest channels the exciting physical changes in downtown Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma Health Center, Bricktown, Deep Deuce and the state,” Attorney Mary Holloway Richard said. “Where else can […]
Phillips Murrah Director and Chair of the firm’s Clean Energy Practice Group, Jim Roth, will serve as a panelist for “An Evening of Listening: Climate Change is Real,” a panel discussion moderated by The Rev. Tim Luschen of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church. “Jim asked if I would be interested in having a conversation with others about climate […]
Phillips Murrah attorney Melissa R. Gardner gave a presentation on ways bankruptcy proceedings affect oil and gas companies on Nov. 2 at the Oklahoma City Association of Professional Landmen‘s monthly meeting. “I tried to point out things that could be useful if your company is considering bankruptcy and what you might do if your company is […]
Phillips Murrah attorneys Robert Campbell, Cody Cooper, and Kayce Gisinger are flipping the script by judging in the University of Oklahoma College of Law’s Calvert Moot Court competition this week. During the annual competition, second and third year law students compete as teams against one another in a series of rounds and those with the best […]
Phillips Murrah Health Care Attorney Mary Holloway Richard hosted a webcast October 28 for the Health Law Section of the Oklahoma Bar Association. “The presentation is entitled ‘Representing Vulnerable Populations: Behavioral Health Patients and Families,’ Richard said. “The webcast covers psychiatric diagnoses, emergency detention and involuntary admissions, confidentiality of information and other topics which will […]
Phillips Murrah Director Terry Hawkins was appointed to the Board of Governors of Oklahoma State University Foundation in October for a six-year term. To be appointed to the Board of Governors of the OSU Foundation, candidates have to be nominated by someone currently serving on the board. Typically, nominees have been involved in raising funds for the […]
Gavel to Gavel appears in The Journal Record. This column was originally published in The Journal Record on Oct. 8, 2015. By Phillips Murrah Director Dawn Rahme Generally, people think of taxes as money that governments charge citizens in order to facilitate infrastructure. However, in many cases, governments also use the tax system to modify behavior by […]
Phillips Murrah Director Kathy Terry hosted the third annual Matt Terry Memorial Softball Tournament on Sunday, September 27 in memory of her late husband, a much-loved figure at the Edmond Police Department who passed away unexpectedly on October 2, 2013. Sixteen co-ed teams, including the police department, the fire department, News 9, Oklahoma Christian, Edmond Memorial High School, […]
Erica K. Halley has joined Phillips Murrah’s Transactional Practice Group as an associate attorney. Halley represents individuals and businesses in a broad range of transactional matters. Phillips Murrah also welcomed Ashley M. Schovanec to the firm’s Litigation Practice Group as an associate attorney. Schovanec represents individuals and both privately-held and public companies in a wide […]
Phillips Murrah Director and Chair of the firm’s Clean Energy Practice Group, Jim Roth, was used as a source in a Journal Record article by Sarah Terry-Cobo published on Sept. 8, 2015. Read the entire story here. The article addressed regulations on saltwater spills resulting from oil well work. Jim was quoted as follows: Jim Roth, a former member […]
Gavel to Gavel appears in The Journal Record. This column was originally published in The Journal Record on Aug. 26, 2015. By Phillips Murrah Director Dawn Rahme Starting a new business can be exciting. However, it can also be overwhelming, especially when it comes to determining tax obligations. While income tax obligations are the most obvious, other […]
It’s never too late to learn something new, and Legal Assistant Darci Gregory embodied that mantra when she decided to further her education. “After being in the legal field for a couple of years, I decided that I really didn’t know much,” she said. “I started researching paralegal programs and found the perfect match with […]
This article was published in OIPA Wellhead, a publication produced by Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association and distributed to its membership. Resulting financial stress on your business can be survived By Elizabeth K. Brown As we all know all too well, the profitability of the energy industry is dependent on oil and gas prices, which are often […]
Consumers can search for doctors and clinical experts on a new product of Google called “Helpouts.” The trial is limited to symptoms related to common conditions or diagnoses and a wide range of pediatric concerns.
The Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA) selected Attorney Cody Cooper as one of 22 emerging leaders in Oklahoma’s legal community to be members of the Oklahoma Bar Association Leadership Academy Class of 2016. Participants have been selected from a pool of applicants spanning the state and will receive training in leadership, motivation and communication. “I thought this would […]
What the passing of the Physicians Payments Sunshine Act means for physicians and health service providers.
The Oklahoma County Bar Association Nominations & Election Committee have announced members for its 2015-2016 Board of Directors. Phillips Murrah Director Ray Zschiesche has been elected to the Board of Directors and will take office Sept. 1, 2015. “I am honored to have been elected to the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma County Bar Association, and look […]
Phillips Murrah Attorney Mary Holloway Richard was featured as a source in a Journal Record article by Sarah Terry-Cobo. The article, titled “Complex prognosis: Hospital group, AARP disagree on CARE Act,” focuses on the 2014 Oklahoma Caregiver Advise, Record, Enable Act and the protections it adds. From the article: Mary Holloway Richard, a health care […]
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