Michael Power is a transactional lawyer whose practice is concentrated on the representation of clients, both domestic and international, in matters involving the buying, selling, leasing, financing and registration of aircraft, as well as other matters that fall under the purview of the Federal Transportation Code, Federal Aviation Administration Regulations, FAA Aircraft Registry, and Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the Aircraft Protocol. Much of his work involves the documentation of aircraft transactions and aircraft title and registration matters, as well as negotiating and drafting contracts.
Prior to joining McAfee & Taft, Michael served as the assistant general counsel for the Chickasaw Nation Department of Commerce, where he was responsible for researching and advising leadership on a broad range of employment, ERISA/employee benefits, contract, taxation, and tribal matters affecting the Chickasaw Nation.
Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in religious studies from Oklahoma Baptist University, a master of divinity degree in languages from Baylor University, and a Juris Doctor from the Oklahoma City University School of law. While in law school, he was named an OCU Law Merit Scholar, served as the vice president of the Native American Law Student Association, and was a member of the Dean’s Diversity Council and the Holloway Inn of Court.Download Bio (PDF)
- Oklahoma Bar Association
- Chickasaw Bar Association