Mark H. Ramsey
Mark H. Ramsey is a member of the Oklahoma, American, Rogers County, and Mayes County Bar Associations. He has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, all three of the United States District Courts in Oklahoma, and the courts of the Osage Nation and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes. He is a Commissioner on Uniform State Laws and formerly served as an Associate Commissioner on Uniform State Laws. Ramsey was Senior Attorney for the Oklahoma State Senate for over thirteen (13) years. In that capacity, he served as counsel to the Senate with primary responsibility for the Judiciary and Business & Labor Committees and was involved in the drafting of many of the most significant changes in civil and regulatory law during that time period.
Ramsey previously served as an Adjunct Professor at the Oklahoma City University School of Law and authored scholarly articles on constitutional law and legislation for the Oklahoma Bar Journal and has other published works. He formerly served on the Board of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Green Country, is the past-president of the Claremore Public Schools Foundation, and is active in his church and community.
His areas of concentration are in complex litigation and regulatory and Indian law. Ramsey is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law and the University of Central Oklahoma (B.A., Economics).
Ramsey’s published opinions include the following:
B. Willis, C.P.A., Inc. v. BNSF Ry. Corp., et al., 531 F.3d 1282 (10th Cir. 2008).
Beal v. Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Inc., 2010 OK CIV APP 6, 228 P.3d 538.
Bilbrey v. Cingular Wireless, L.L.C., 2007 OK 54, 164 P.3d 131.
Calvey v. Daxon, 2000 OK 17, 997 P.2d 164.
In re Estate of Nichols, 2007 OK CIV APP 120, 173 P.3d 105.
In re Oklahoma Trash Control, Inc., 258 B.R. 461 (Bkrtcy. N.D.Okla. 2001).
Keating v. Johnson, 1996 OK 61, 918 P.2d 51.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma v. B. Willis, C.P.A., Inc., 2007 OK CIV APP 18, 155 P.3d 845.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma v. Northeastern Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, Inc., 2002 OK 29, 49 P.3d 80.
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