05.08.2024 News Doerner

DSDA Welcomes Hurley, Eagon and Sanger

Tulsa, OK – Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson, LLP (DSDA) welcomes Joanne F. Hurley, Meagon R. Eagon and Anna M. Sanger. Joanne and Meagon will practice law in our Oklahoma City office and Anna in our Tulsa office.

Originating her legal career in Chicago, Joanne brings her legal experience to Oklahoma. She joins DSDA as an attorney of counsel to guide clients on business and commercial transactions.  She works extensively with real estate developers, small to mid-sized businesses and start-ups, non-profit organizations, franchisees, and associations in complex transactions and day-to-day business affairs. She has handled multiple asset and equity purchases, as well as complicated real estate transactions. Joanne graduated with her Juris Doctorate from DePaul College of Law and was previously a six-time recipient of Super Lawyers® recognition for Business Law in the Chicago region.

Meagon is an associate litigation attorney focused on complex litigation and insurance defense matters. She has experience defending companies across Oklahoma against premises liability disputes. In addition, she has handled matters involving securities fraud, intervenor actions and broker/dealer disputes. Meagon earned her Juris Doctorate from the Oklahoma City University School of Law as a Merit Scholar while also being recognized on the Faculty Honor Roll and the Dean’s List for being an outstanding academic student. Previously, she obtained her Bachelor of Science in legal studies from East Central University.

Anna rejoins DSDA as an experienced associate attorney focusing on transactional matters involving land use, zoning and real estate. Recently, she added to her legal training and expertise by earning an LL.M. in agricultural and food law from the University of Arkansas where she studied federal administrative rulemaking, water law and food safety regulation. Anna applied her legal knowledge as an intern of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, issuing title opinions for the Natural Resource Conservation Service, drafting closing instructions for Rural Development loans and assisting with Forest Service litigation. She received her Juris Doctorate with honors from the University of Tulsa College of Law.