Frank D. Hill

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Areas of Practice 1) Business Law, 2) Business and Commercial Transactions, 3) Corporate and Securities, 4) Venture and Private Equity Capital, 5) Partnerships, 6) Joint Ventures and Other Business Entities, 7) Mergers, 8) Acquisitions and Divestitures, 9) Real Estate, 10) Real Estate Sales and 11) Exchanges
Admitted Year 1966
Education University of Oklahoma (B.B.A., 1963)
Most recent firm McAfee & Taft A Professional Corporation
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