Harlan Hentges received his juris doctorate from the University of Texas School of Law and a Master of Public Affairs from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs in 1992 and a bachelors degree is in agricultural economics from Oklahoma State University in 1987.
Harlan’s focus is on protecting the legal rights and meeting the legal needs of individuals, property owners, small businesses, farmers, ranchers and other independent entreprenuers. Areas of emphasis include estate planning, business planning, farming and ranching, property rights, oil and gas, pollution and eminent domain. Harlan practice includes a combination of legal advice and planning to avoid legal disputes and legal representation in court when disputes do arise.
Richard Winblad received his juris doctorate from the University of Oklahoma, College of Law in 1992 and a bachelors degree in business administration from Oklahoma State University in 1984.
Richard’ focus is on providing families and family businesses with the legal tools they need to succeed and to make successful transitions to the next generation. Richard has handled Court cases in all of Oklahoma’s 76 counties providing him with a uniquely detailed perspective on Oklahoma courts an on the legal needs of individuals and small businesses throughout the state.
Richard practices in all Oklahoma State Courts, all Oklahoma Federal Courts and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. He serves as President of Oklahoma City Commercial Attorneys Association, a non-profit organization that provides continuing legal and ethical education for its members. www.occaa.teamr.c
First Community Bank of Blanchard v. Hodges, 907 P.2d 1047, 1995 OK 124 (Okla., 1995)
Discover Bank v. Worsham, 176 P.3d 366, 2008 OK CIV APP 6 (Okla. Civ. App., 2007)
Discover Bank v. Harris, 2004 OK CIV APP 72, 99 P.3d 730 (Okla. Civ. App., 2004)
State of Oklahoma ex rel. Bd. of Regents v. Livingston, 111 P.3d 734, 2005 OK CIV APP 25 (Okla. Civ. App., 2005)
Board of Regents of University of Oklahoma v. Greer, 204 F.Supp.2d 1292 (W.D. Okla., 2002)
Hollis v. Stephen Bruce & Associates, 2007 WL 4287623 (W.D.Okla.)
In re Prince, 236 B.R. 746, Bankr. L. Rep. P 78,035 (Bkrtcy.N.D.Okla.,1999)
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