We understand how businesses work, the issues at stake when problems arise, and the best strategy for resolution.  

Administrative Law

At Doerner we represent our clients in virtually every area of civil and administrative law, from business and commercial matters to water rights and environmental compliance. We represent municipalities, business entities and individuals in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, throughout Oklahoma, and the nation.

Our firm has created the kind of administrative law capabilities that enable us to reach business solutions for our clients, either through convincing arguments that change administrative policy, or effective advocacy that wins their position. Even when the legal issues are complex and require several disciplines of law, with more than 40 lawyers, we have the ability to draw upon our institutional knowledge and broad interdisciplinary experience to handle almost any type of civil matter.  Whether an organization’s business activity is highly regulated, or a client simply needs help with presenting their story in an administrative forum, Doerner lawyers can use our in-depth understanding of administrative policymakers and civil procedures for effective advocacy. 

Top Areas of Focus

  • Commercial disputes
  • Contract controversies
  • Regulatory claims and controversies
  • Permitting

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Civil and administrative disputes are inevitable, and when they happen, companies in a diverse array of business sectors rely on Doerner to defend their vital interests.  We understand how businesses work, the issues at stake when problems arise, and the best strategy for resolution.  

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Managing Partner
P: 918.591.5308
F: 918.925.5308

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Rebecca represents clients primarily in labor and employment litigation and counsels clients regarding everyday employment matters. 

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