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Court Accepts Norman Oklahoma Attorney Keaton Oberst’s Resignation

Norman Oklahoma attorney Keaton OberstOn August 29, 2014, Norman Oklahoma attorney Keaton Oberst resigned from the Oklahoma Bar Association.

His decision followed allegations of abandonment of clients, failure to withdraw from cases, and failure to communicate with clients and the Bar Association.

The Oklahoma Supreme Court found that Oberst’s resignation had been given freely and noted that resignation had the same effect as disbarment.

Oberst was required to notify his clients that he would no longer represent them and that they should retain new counsel promptly.

To read the full decision regarding Norman Oklahoma attorney Keaton Oberst, click here.

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