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Phone: 918-582-1173
Email: thill@rhodesokla.com

Theresa N. Hill

Practice Overview

Theresa N. Hill is a Partner with Rhodes Hieronymus. Ms. Hill’s practice focuses on complex litigation and insurance disputes. She has represented clients in trial and appellate litigation and has served as trial counsel in jury and non-jury trials in state and federal court. She has wide-ranging experience in disputes and litigation with an emphasis in construction contract and defect litigation, lien and bond claims, environmental litigation, product liability, and other complex, multi-party civil litigation.

Highlights

Successfully obtained summary judgment for property and royalty owner on CERCLA and common law claims.

Successfully defended poultry integrator against preliminary injunction in environmental matter and participated in six (6) month bench trial seeking permanent injunction that has not been granted.

Obtained summary judgment for paint manufacturer on product liability and warranty claims in Federal Court litigation.

Obtained summary judgment for tire manufacturer on product liability claims in Federal Court litigation.

Obtained order barring plaintiffs’ expert from testifying in State Court litigation claiming damage to property from disposal practices of oil and gas companies.

Awarded Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings: AV Preeminent®

Education

  • Undergraduate School: University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
    Graduated: 1992
    Honors: Emphasis and thesis in Japanese studies
    Degree: Pacific and Asian Studies

  • Law School: University of Oklahoma
    Graduated: 1999
    Honors: Dean’s Scholarship

Admitted to Practice

  • Oklahoma
  • Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • U.S. District Courts, Oklahoma – Eastern, Northern, and Western Districts
  • U.S. District Courts, Arkansas – Western District

Professional Affiliations

  • Tulsa County Bar Association
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Federal Bar Association
  • American Bar Association, Forum on Construction Law