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Fellers Snider Welcomes Three Attorneys
Peter L. Scimeca focuses his practice in the areas of criminal defense and business litigation. Mr. Scimeca graduated from The Oklahoma City University of Law in 2007. Scimeca is admitted to practice in the Oklahoma Supreme Court and all Oklahoma district Courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern and Western districts of Oklahoma.
Ryan J. Duffy brings a background in the areas of oil and gas, estate planning and administration, federal and state tax, corporate organization, transactional law, real estate, securities, non-profit organizations, commercial litigation and probate. Mr. Duffy has been admitted to practice in the Oklahoma Supreme Court and all Oklahoma District Courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma and the United States Tax Court.
C. Morgan Dodd joins the firm bringing his experience in oil and gas law and title examination with him. Mr. Dodd received his Juris Doctorate from Washington University School of Law in 2011. Dodd is admitted to practice in the Oklahoma Supreme Court, all Oklahoma District Courts and in the State of Illinois.
Fellers Snider has a 56-year history of providing superior legal services to clients locally, nationally and abroad. The firm’s objective is to partner with clients to develop practical and cost-effective solutions to their legal problems and needs. Based in Oklahoma City, Fellers Snider is both a litigation and transactional law firm with areas of focus that include complex business litigation, securities fraud, oil and gas, employment law, corporate law, natural resources, intellectual property, bankruptcy and financial services, workers’ compensation defense, insurance defense, white-collar criminal defense, and estate planning.