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AARON D. BUNDY is a trial lawyer at Fry & Elder. His trial practice includes family law and criminal defense, as well as select civil cases. Mr. Bundy's practice also includes appellate work. His post-law school training includes trial skills training and an advanced business valuation seminar, both taught by South Carolina trial lawyer Tim Madden at the National Family Law Trial Institute in Houston; multiple trial skills and cross-examination clinics taught by legendary trial lawyer Roger Dodd; the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers trial skills seminar in Denver, Colorado; and the annual jury selection training hosted by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers in New Orleans. Mr. Bundy is a frequent speaker to paralegals, lawyers, judges and other professionals about trial-related issues and developments. He has authored and co-authored multiple articles about trial practice. He has been recognized by Super Lawyers every year since 2013. In 2017, the Oklahoma Bar Association presented him with the Earl Sneed Award, a recognition for outstanding continuing legal education contributions. (Tulsa location)
KURT K. HOFFMAN is an attorney with The Law Offices of Paul B. Middleton & Associates. His main areas of practice are criminal and civil litigation. He is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association. Mr. Hoffman earned his undergraduate degree from Oklahoma City University and his J.D. degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. (Tulsa location)
DAVID R. KEESLING is the founding member of MCMURRAY || KEESLING. His primary office is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mr. Keesling’s primary areas of practice include business and commercial law (U.S. and international), contract law (U.S. and international), criminal defense law (state and federal with emphasis on white collar crime), employment and labor law, divorce law (emphasis on international custody disputes and high asset marital estates), general and governmental tort claims (state and federal). He is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Oklahoma. Beyond Oklahoma, Mr. Keesling is admitted to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, the District of Colorado, the Northern District of Indiana, and has also been permitted to practice in the Central District of California, Western Division; the Central District of California, Southern Division; the Eastern District of New York; the Southern District of New York; the Western District of Kentucky; the Middle District of North Carolina; the Western District of Arkansas; the Superior Court of Los Angeles, California; and the Superior Court of Orange County, California. He earned his B.S. degree from Missouri State University and his J.D. degree from the University of Tulsa College of Law. (Oklahoma City and Tulsa locations)
WILLIAM R. McMAHON JR. is a sole practitioner in the Tulsa law firm of William R. McMahon, Attorney at Law. His expertise is in division orders, drilling opinions, gas gathering contracts, M&A, negotiations related to oil and gas industry for more than 30 years, title opinions, standard CGL and specialized policies, municipality insurance coverage, major personal injury cases, 14 international cases, Governmental Tort Claims Act, toxic waste, environmental law, construction defect, fraud, criminal law, appellate experience, and pragmatic expertise in insurance bad faith. Mr. McMahon has tried two first degree murder cases, more than 20 jury trials, and 30 non-jury trials. Mr. McMahon is a member of the Tulsa County and Oklahoma bar associations. He was a member of the Tulsa Lawyer Magazine Committee (2009-2014), where he was the committee chair and editor (2011-2014). Mr. McMahon also was a member of the Tulsa County Board of Directors (2011-2014). He earned his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Tulsa. (Tulsa location)
AMY PAGE is an attorney with Fry & Elder. Her focus is on appellate-level litigation in family law cases, as well as child support and paternity/parentage issues. Ms. Page's experience in these areas is extensive, with 16 years of practice in child support and parentage matters at every level of state court and over ten years of practice in family law appeals litigation. In 2007, she became the appellate counsel for the Child Support Services Division of Oklahoma's DHS, representing the division in all of its appellate litigation. In addition to representing the division in ongoing cases, Ms. Page drafted numerous state statutes related to child support and parentage and drafted many of the division’s subchapters of the Oklahoma Administrative Code. Ms. Page is an active member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, particularly the Family Law Section, where she has held numerous executive positions, include chair of Continuing Legal Education (2008) and chair of the Section (2009). She continues to serve as a member of the Executive Board, Annual Meeting Planning Committee, and Social Committee. She has been a mentor at the OBA FLS Trial Advocacy Institute and is the author of several chapters of the OBA FLS Practice Manual. Ms. Page has also served two terms on the OBA’s Access to Justice Committee. She completed the OBA's Leadership Academy in April 2010. Ms. Page received her B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Tulsa. (Tulsa location)
HON. DAVID YOULL is an attorney at Welsh & McGough, PLLC, where he focuses his practice on estate planning, probate, elder law, guardianship, adoption, family law, criminal law, business litigation, and civil litigation. Judge Youll has a long and prestigious law career in Tulsa. He has tried hundreds of criminal matters and can see all aspects of a case. Judge Youll’s career included positions as assistant district attorney and assistant public defender with both the Tulsa County Public Defender’s Office and the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office. He was named special district judge of the Fourteenth Judicial District of the State of Oklahoma, which includes Tulsa and Pawnee counties, where he served the people of Oklahoma for 13 years. Judge Youll is admitted in Oklahoma, Missouri, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma, United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma, and United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. He received his B.A. degree from Missouri Southern State University and his J.D. degree from University of Tulsa School of Law. (Tulsa location)