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Phillips Murrah announces 37 attorneys named to 2018 Best Lawyers list

Phillips Murrah is proud to announce that 37 of our attorneys have been named to The Best Lawyers in America© 2018 list in Oklahoma City.

The Best Lawyers in America 2018

Jennifer Ivester Berry – Commercial Transactions / UCC Law; Real Estate Law

Douglas A. Branch – Securities / Capital Markets Law; Venture Capital Law

Elizabeth K. Brown – Litigation – Trusts and Estates; Litigation and Controversy – Tax; Tax Law; Trusts and Estates

Michael D. Carter – Workers’ Compensation Law – Employers

Rodney L. Cook – Insurance Law

Bobby Dolatabadi – Corporate Law; Mergers and Acquisitions Law

Jason A. Dunn – Commercial Litigation

Joshua L. Edwards – Real Estate Law

Marc Edwards – Administrative / Regulatory Law; Commercial Litigation; Government Relations Practice

Nicholle Jones Edwards – Family Law

Shannon K. Emmons – Commercial Litigation; Employment Law – Management; Employment Law – Individuals

Juston R. Givens – Commercial Litigation

Sally A. Hasenfratz – Commercial Transactions / UCC Law; Construction Law; Land Use and Zoning Law; Real Estate Law

Terry L. Hawkins – Public Finance Law

Heather L. Hintz – Commercial Litigation

Timothy D. Kline – Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law; Commercial Transactions / UCC Law; Litigation – Bankruptcy

Fred A. Leibrock – Commercial Litigation; Insurance Law; Litigation – Antitrust; Litigation – ERISA; Litigation – Real Estate

Candace Williams Lisle – Commercial Litigation

Mark Lovelace – Banking and Finance Law; Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships); Commercial Transactions / UCC Law

Melvin R. McVay, Jr. – Banking and Finance Law; Commercial Litigation; Litigation – Banking and Finance; Litigation – Bankruptcy; Litigation – Real Estate

Andrew S. Mildren – Administrative / Regulatory Law; Government Relations Practice

Jennifer L. Miller – Commercial Litigation

Cindy H. Murray – Real Estate Law

Robert O. O’Bannon – Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships); Tax Law

Martin G. Ozinga – Commercial Litigation

Donald A. Pape – Banking and Finance Law

Michael R. Perri – Commercial Litigation; Energy Law; Natural Resources Law; Oil and Gas Law

William S. Price – Government Relations Practice

Dawn M. Rahme – Commercial Transactions / UCC Law; Litigation and Controversy – Tax; Tax Law; Trusts and Estates

Mary Holloway Richard – Health Care Law

Jim A. Roth – Energy Law; Energy Regulatory Law; Environmental Law; Government Relations Practice; Natural Resources Law

G. Calvin Sharpe – Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants; Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants

Robert N. Sheets – Commercial Litigation; Litigation – Land Use and Zoning; Litigation – Real Estate

Ellen K. Spiropoulos – Corporate Law

Lyndon W. Whitmire – Commercial Litigation; Product Liability Litigation – Defendants

Thomas G. Wolfe – Bet-the-Company Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Defendants; Product Liability Litigation – Defendants

Raymond E. Zschiesche – Commercial Litigation; Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Defendants; Product Liability Litigation – Defendants

Russell Westbrook has his own room at the Hawkins’ house

Brenda Hawkins Westbrook Fan

Click the photo to see Jenni Carlson’s story about Brenda Hawkins.

Russel Westbrook has his own room at the home of Phillips Murrah Director Terry Hawkins, who leads the Firm’s Public Finance Practice.

From the story in the Sunday Oklahoman:

There’s no bigger Russ fanatic.

(Brenda Hawkins) has replicas of every jersey the Thunder superstar has worn. She has copies of dozens of magazine covers he’s graced, including one from, of all things, a rural electric cooperative. She has bobbleheads and fatheads, paintings and posters.

Standing in “The Russell Room” in her Mesta Park home, she admits her love is extreme.

This past Sunday (2/19/17), The Oklahoman ran an excellent story about Terry’s wife, Brenda, who is a avid admirer of Westbrook and collector of all kinds of Westbrook-related memorabilia.

The touching account, written by sports columnist Jenni Carlson, explains the context of Brenda’s collection and admiration of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s star player. It is a story of strength and overcoming.

Rather than stepping on the fine prose of Ms. Carlson, HERE is a link to the story. It is worth the read!

 

In the news: Director Terry Hawkins hired to help with school finance projects

Terry L. Hawkins is a director of the firm and is chair of the Public Finance Practice Group where he has more than 33 years experience in municipal finance projects.

Terry L. Hawkins is a director of the firm and is chair of the Public Finance Practice Group where he has more than 33 years experience in municipal finance projects.

Phillips Murrah Director Terry Hawkins was featured in the Claremore Daily Progress newspaper in relation to $2.4 million in building bonds being issued to build and renovate schools and related projects.

In the story, “School board sets date for sale of building bonds,” reporter Mark Friedel wrote:

The $2.4 million in building bonds is part of the $42.645 million bond issue passed by school district voters in November 2007 for the construction of Catalayah Elementary and the new high school gymnasium, as well as Lantow Field additions and other renovations throughout the district.

The bonds will become due in the amount of $600,000 two years from their date and $600,000 annually each year following until paid.

Board members approved the employment of Terry L. Hawkins with Phillips Murrah P.C., of Oklahoma City, as bond counsel for the issuance of bonds.

You can see the whole story here: http://www.claremoreprogress.com/news/school-board-sets-date-for-sale-of-building-bonds/article_d853adf2-e382-11e4-a9fe-2f92207c5558.html