Energy Law

Practical Bankruptcy Advice for the Mineral Lawyer

Representing Either a Creditor or Any Other β€œParty In Interest”

Webinar begins at 12:00 pm CST

Past Event

MCLE Credit available

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Duration: 1 hour

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Overview

This webinar will cover various bankruptcy issues and potential ramifications of a bankruptcy filing. Topics covered are intended to be useful for a mineral lawyer (even though that lawyer does not practice in bankruptcy) who wants to best protect his/her client as either a creditor or other party in interest during a bankruptcy.

Webinar begins at 12:00 pm CST
Duration: 1 hour

Speaker

Tami Hines
Hall Estill
Oklahoma City, OK

Tami J. Hines assists clients primarily in bankruptcy and complex commercial litigation, as well as oil and gas litigation, construction/contract litigation, and general corporate litigation matters. She routinely practices in the federal and state courts of Oklahoma, and she has practiced in other federal courts, including Kansas, California, and Texas.

Tami has been named a Rising Star in Business Litigation by Super Lawyers and a Best Lawyer in Commercial Litigation.  She serves on the firm’s Recruitment & Diversity Committee and is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Oklahoma City University School of Law teaching Agency and Unincorporated Business Associations.

While in law school she was the Editor in Chief of the Oklahoma City University Law Review for the 2013-2014 academic year and a William J. Holloway American Inn of Court student member. Tami received a Business Law Certificate with a Commercial Law concentration. She also externed under the Honorable Justice Noma D. Gurich of the Oklahoma Supreme Court as well as interned for JAG and the Honorable Judge Colin Long of Missouri’s 25th Judicial Circuit. She was awarded the Judge Alfred P. Murrah Sr. Award for Outstanding Academic Performance, an award given in Memory of Chief Judge Alfred P. Murrah Sr., and the J. William Conger Distinguished Student Award. 

MCLE Credit

Texas Course Number 174153308. This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 1.0 credit hours, of which no credit hours will apply to ethics/professional responsibility credit.

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