McKinney, Stringer & Webster Opens Legal Office in Tulsa

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McKinney, Stringer & Webster Opens Legal Office in Tulsa


McKinney, Stringer & Webster P.C. of Oklahoma City has opened a Tulsa office to provide litigation services and business-related legal representation. "Through our 20-year history,& McKinney, Stringer & Webster has represented many individuals and& businesses from northeast Oklahoma," said N. Martin Stringer, president of the firm. "Opening our Tulsa office enables us to provide better service, with increased convenience, to clients in that area." The Tulsa office is located in the Oil Capitol Building, Suite 300, 500 S. Main. Ron M. Barnes, a director of the firm, heads the new office. McKinney, Stringer & Webster was founded in 1971 by Stringer, Kenneth N. McKinney and Kenneth Webster. It has since grown to nearly 140 employ- ees, including more than 40 attorneys. The firm represents about 2,000 clients in matters involving all types of civil litigation and business law. . . Mark H. Bennett and Bill Price, former U.S. attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma, are now both associated with Hastie and Kirschner of Oklahoma City. Bennett is an associate of the firm, and Price, who was the 1990 Republican gubernatorial candidate for Oklahoma, is a member of the firm. . . A new federal law which went into effect May 29 will improve the way billions of dollars due the United States are collected, according to Tim Leo- nard, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma. Leonard said the Federal Debt Collection Procedure Act will be an important weapon in attacking the federal deficit. The new act enhances the procedures to be used by attorneys for the United States in collecting money from debtors who have been sued to collect those debts. The types of debts which the United States Attorney's Office collects include defaulted student loans, money judgments, criminal fines and restitu- tion. …

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