Oklahoma City Commercial Lawyer Association

The Oklahoma City Commercial Attorney's Association began in 1994.  Its goal is to provide relevant Continuing Legal Education to attorneys involved in contract, bankruptcy and collection practices.  Meetings are held January-May and September-December.  Members receive 1 to 1.5 hours of CLE for attending in addition to a meal and networking opportunities.  Contact Richard Winblad for more questions.  405-340-6554

 

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dues are $90 per calendar year.

Make check payable to OCCAA bring to meeting or mail to our treasurer:

Dennis S Boxeur Attorney,4101 Perimeter Center Drive # 200,Oklahoma City, OK 73112-2312


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NAIFEH v. STATE ex rel. OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION, 116102, 2017 OK 63, ___ P.3d ___

¶0 Petitioners, who are manufacturers, wholesalers, and consumers of cigarettes, challenged Senate Bill 845, alleging that it is a revenue bill enacted outside of the procedure mandated in Article V, Section 33 of the Oklahoma Constitution. The parties agree that the passage of SB 845 did not comply with Article V, Section 33; so the case turns on whether SB 845 is the kind of "revenue bill" that Article V, Section 33 governs. Applying the test we have utilized since 1908, we conclude that the primary purpose of Sections 2, 7, 8, and 9 of SB 845 is to raise new revenue for the support of state government through the assessment of a new $1.50 excise tax on cigarettes and that, in doing so, SB 845 levies a tax in the strict sense. As such, Sections 2, 7, 8, and 9 of SB 845 comprise a revenue bill enacted in violation of Article V, Section 33 and are unconstitutional. Full Story

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NAIFEH v. STATE ex rel. OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION, 116102, 2017 OK 63, ___ P.3d ___
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MULTIPLE INJURY TRUST FUND v. GARRETT, 112961, 2017 OK 62, ___ P.3d ___

Oklahoma City Commercial Lawyers Association

The Oklahoma City Commercial Attorney's Association began in 1994.  Its goal is to provide relevant Continuing Legal Education to attorneys involved in contract, bankruptcy and collection practices.  Meetings are held January-May and September-December.  Members receive 1 to 1.5 hours of CLE for attending in addition to a meal and networking opportunities.  Contact Richard Winblad for more questions.  405-340-6554

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