Gregory Blackwell Blog Author

Greg received both his undergraduate degree in Letters and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma. After graduation, he served as a federal judicial clerk for the Honorable Michael Mihm in the Central District of Illinois. After a one-year term, he joined the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the United States Department of Justice, in Washington, D.C., where he defended the United States and numerous federal agencies in complex environmental litigation. After returning to Oklahoma, Greg worked in the land department of a major oil and gas company in Oklahoma City.

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The 7 Steps of an Oklahoma Civil Appeal

by Gregory Blackwell on March 22, 2018

We’ve previously written about the four phases of civil litigation in Oklahoma. But what happens when the trial is complete? Whether you prevailed in the trial court or not, your case may not be over.

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Contempt of Court in Oklahoma

by Gregory Blackwell on January 16, 2018

What is contempt of court? Unfortunately, the most accurate answer is the one lawyers often give, which clients are loathe to hear: it depends. There are actually several types of contempt of court, each with drastically different purposes and procedures under Oklahoma law.'

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Original Actions in the Oklahoma Supreme Court

by Gregory Blackwell on November 21, 2017

Most attorneys in Oklahoma are aware that the Oklahoma Supreme Court is where an aggrieved party must go to appeal an adverse judgment of the district court in a civil case.

Unfortunately, only a subset of attorneys seem to be aware that they may also make a claim directly to the Oklahoma Supreme Court in certain cases.

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