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SCOTT BUTCHER is the director in the Energy, Environment & Natural Resources and Litigation & Trial practice groups at Crowe & Dunlevy. His practice focuses on complex contract disputes, environmental liability litigation and regulatory enforcement and compliance for a diverse client base, including oil and gas and renewable energy clients, agricultural groups, mining groups, property developers and individual litigants. Mr. Butcher also advises clients regarding water use regulation and litigation, in addition to complex administrative appeals. Prior to joining the firm, he worked with law firms in New York as well as Oklahoma. Mr. Butcher obtained clinical experience working with the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York and spent time working for the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma in the Criminal Division Violent Crimes section. He received his B.A degree from the University of Oklahoma and his J.D degree from New York University School of Law.
KAYLEE P. DAVIS-MADDY is an attorney with Doerner Saunders Daniel & Anderson LLP, where she practices in the areas of commercial, healthcare, environmental, and water law. Although primarily a litigator, Ms. Davis-Maddy’s practice is full service, assisting her clients and their needs that span the employment, commercial, real property, regulatory, and administrative fields. She is an accomplished water attorney, regularly assisting clients in asserting, obtaining and protecting their water rights in court or at state agencies. Ms. Davis-Maddy’s clients include small and large municipalities, corporations, landowners, and family farmers. She is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association (treasurer of Environmental Law), the Oklahoma County Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Ms. Davis-Maddy received her B.A. degree, summa cum laude, letters from the University of Oklahoma; and her J.D. degree, cum laude, from the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law.
SARA D. GIBSON currently serves as deputy general counsel at the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, where her duties include acting as hearing examiner on behalf of the board. She attended Oklahoma City University, earning a bachelor of science degree in 2001 and a juris doctorate in 2004. Prior to joining the OWRB, Ms. Gibson worked as an attorney for the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality and the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department.
ROBERT D. SINGLETARY is an attorney at Crowe & Dunlevy. He previously served as general counsel for the Oklahoma Water Resources Board ("OWRB"). Prior to joining the OWRB, Mr. Singletary served as the supervising attorney for Air Quality at the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality ("DEQ") and as an Adjunct Professor for the University of Tulsa College of Law teaching air quality permitting portions of an applied environmental class. During his state service, he has also served as an assistant attorney general in the Environmental Protection Unit at the Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General, and as the supervising attorney for DEQ's Land Protection Division and Staff Attorney for DEQ's Water Quality Division. Prior to beginning public service, Mr. Singletary worked in private practice focusing on environmental and natural resource issues at a law firm in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He earned his B.B.A. degree from Texas A&M University; and his J.D. degree, with honors, from the University of Tulsa College of Law, earning certificates in both public policy and resource, energy, and environmental law. While in law school, Mr. Singletary served as editor-in-chief of the Energy Law Journal and was selected a National Member of the Order of Barristers.