K. McKenzie Anderson and Klint A. Cowan Join Fellers Snider Law Firm
June 15, 2011
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (June 10, 2011) - Fellers Snider law firm is pleased to announce two new associates joining the Oklahoma City office: K. McKenzie Anderson and Klint A. Cowan.
K. McKenzie Anderson is returning to her Oklahoma roots from New York City. Her practice covers a wide range of complex litigation, including cases involving bankruptcy and related recovery actions based on financial fraud and malfeasance, consumer class actions, and various types of business and commercial disputes. Anderson was previously an associate at a law firm in New York City, where she briefed dozens of issues, managed complex multidistrict litigation, argued in federal court and handled several Second Circuit appeals. In 2002, she graduated from Emory University with a B.A., summa cum laude, in Economics and Russian. She attained her J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School in 2007. Anderson is an Edmond Bulldog, having graduated at Edmond Memorial High School.
Klint A. Cowan practices in the fields of commercial litigation and arbitration. He has appeared in tribal, state and federal courts throughout Oklahoma. Cowan has extensive experience in gaming law and has represented clients before federal agencies such as the National Indian Gaming Commission and the Office of Indian Gaming. He was awarded the Maurice Merrill Golden Quill Award by the Oklahoma Bar Association last year. Cowan obtained a B.S. in Geology from Antioch College, his J.D. with highest honors from the University of Tulsa in 2004. Thereafter, he attained a B.C.L with distinction for dissertation from the University of Oxford in 2005. Klint is a member of the Oklahoma, Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Cherokee and Osage Nation Bar Associations. He is admitted in the Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Oklahoma and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit. Cowan is a published author and frequent speaker on federal Indian law topics.
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