ARTICLES

The following is a collection of articles authored by some of our attorneys. The readable PDF versions are underlined.



Lawsuit Wants Tulsa Pharmacy Barred from Providing Executio

J. Michael Medina
Avoiding Procedural Traps in the Appellate Process: The Proper Care and Feeding of the Petition Error

An Update on Pitfalls in Oklahoma Appellate Practice, 63 Okla. B. J. 897 (1992).

The Interjurisdictional Certification of Questions of Law Experience: Federal, State, and Oklahoma - Should Arkansas Follow?, Published originally in 45 Ark. L. Rev. 99 (1992). Copyright 1992 by the Arkansas Law Review and Bar Association Journal, Inc. Reprinted by permission.

The Take-or-Pay Wars: A Cautionary Analysis for the Future, 27 Tulsa L. J. 283 (1991).

The Bible Annotated: Use of the Bible in Reported American Decisions, 12 N. Ill. L. Rev. 187 (1991).

Recent Developments in Oklahoma Civil Appellate Procedure, 26 Tulsa L. J. 489 (1991).

A Neglected Option to Constitutional Modification: Mandatory Submission Under Art. 24 ' 2 of the Oklahoma Constitution, 61 Okla. B. J. 3421 (1990).

The Emergency Clause and the Referendum in Oklahoma: Current Status and Needed Reform, 43 Okla. L. Rev. 401 (1990).

The American Vice-Presidency: Toward a More Utilized Institution, 13 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 77 (1990).

Economic Duress as a Means of Avoiding Settlement Agreements in Oklahoma, 15 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 255 (1990).

Buying and Selling Gas: A Practical Guide for Operators, Non-Operators and Royalty Owners, (P. Strohl, ed.)(Author of Ch. 8).

Ethical Concerns in Civil Appellate Advocacy, 43 Sw. L. J. 677 (1989). Reprinted with the permission of SMU Law Review Association, WESTLAW, and J. Michael Medina.

Take-or-Pay Oklahoma Style, 60 Okla. B. J. 705 (1989).

The Take-or-Pay Wars: A Further Status Report, 41 Oklahoma L. Rev. 3 (1988).

Discretionary Review in the Oklahoma Supreme Court: A Practical Guide to the Court's Certiorari Jurisdiction, 13 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 257 (1988).

A Report from the Battle Zone: The Take-or-Pay Wars, 58 Okla. B. J. 2554 (1987), reprinted, 24 Pub. L. & Resources Digest 268 (1988).

The Presidential Qualification Clause in this Bicentennial Year: The Need to Eliminate the Natural Born Citizen Requirement, 12 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 253 (1987).

The Origination Clause in the American Constitution: A Comparative Survey, 23 Tulsa L. J. 165 (1987).

Pitfalls in Oklahoma Appellate Practice, 57 Okla. B. J. 741 (1986).

Take or Litigate: Enforcing the Plain Meaning of the Take-or-Pay Clause in Natural Gas Contracts, Published originally in 40 Ark. L. Rev. 195 (1986). Copyright 1986 by J. Michael Medina. Reprinted by permission.