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Reid Robison selected as Fellow of Litigation Counsel of America

July 29, 2009

Reid E. Robison, a veteran trial attorney with the law firm of McAfee & Taft, has been selected as a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America.  Robison’s’ practice is concentrated in business-related litigation in courts throughout the United States. His skills have earned him inclusion in several prestigious industry publications, including The Best Lawyers in America, Chambers USA’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, and Oklahoma Super Lawyers.

The Litigation Counsel of America is a trial lawyer honorary society comprised of experienced and effective litigators throughout the United States, and represents less than one-half of one percent of American lawyers. Fellowship in the LCA is limited and by invitation only. LCA Fellows are deemed to be among the best trial lawyers in the American bar, having exhibited accomplishment in litigation and trial work and possessing superior ethical reputations. The composition of the Litigation Counsel of America is aggressively diverse, with recognition of excellence in litigation across all segments of the bar. In addition, the LCA is dedicated to promoting superior advocacy, professionalism and ethical standards among its Fellows.

Active within the professional legal community, Robison is a past president of the Oklahoma County Bar Association, Master Emeritus in the Luther J. Bohanon American Inn of Court, Fellow and State Chairman of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, and member of the Oklahoma and American Bar Associations.

McAfee & Taft is Oklahoma’s largest law firm, serving clients throughout the Southwest and nationally in the areas of aviation, business law, corporate and securities, employee benefits, entertainment law, environmental law, healthcare, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, oil and gas, real estate and tax and family wealth.  The firm employs nearly 300 Oklahomans, including more than 145 attorneys, with offices in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa.