Hall Estill Welcomes Four New Associates - Lauren Marciano, Natalie Sears, Eric Underwood and Bryan Lynch
Hall Estill, Oklahoma’s leading law firm, with offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Denver and Northwest Arkansas, welcomes four new Associates. Lauren Marciano, Natalie Sears and Eric Underwood join the Hall Estill Tulsa office and Bryan Lynch joins the firm’s Oklahoma City office.
“Lauren, Natalie, Eric and Bryan are great additions to our firm, and we are excited to see the impact they will have on our clients and with our team,” said Mike Cooke,” Managing Partner for Hall Estill. "Adding these four young attorneys to our Oklahoma team allows us to continue providing exceptional counsel and advice for our clients across our practice areas.”
Lauren Marciano centers her practice on civil litigation, including bad faith disputes, torts and transportation law. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh, magna cum laude, and her J.D. from the University of Tulsa College of Law, with highest honor. Marciano has been recognized as a Rising Star in Oklahoma by Super Lawyers.
Natalie Sears focuses her practice in general civil litigation, family law, and trusts and estate litigation. She graduated, with honors, from the University of Oklahoma and obtained her J.D. from the University of Tulsa College of Law. Sears has been recognized as a Rising Star in family law by Super Lawyers since 2017. In addition, she was named the Tulsa County Bar Association Young Lawyer in 2017 and received the Tulsa County Bar Association President's Award in 2019.
Eric Underwood practices in the corporate services area focusing his practice on business formation, business transactions and government contracts. Prior to law school, he was a contracting officer in the U.S. Air Force. Underwood received his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder, his M.A. from Webster University and his J.D. from the University of Tulsa College of Law.
Bryan Lynch focuses his practice in commercial litigation, corporate and employment law. He received his undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Oklahoma and his J.D., with honors, from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Lynch is a member of the Order of the Coif, Order of the Barristers, and Phi Beta Kappa, and served as a Cortez A.M. Ewing Public Service Fellow. While in law school, Lynch served as an assistant executive editor of the American Indian Law Review and was two-time member of the University of Oklahoma College of Law National Moot Court Team.