MILES PRINGLE is a native Oklahoman and 3rd generation attorney. He is a Firm partner, and the majority of his clients are financial institutions which he counsels on regulatory compliance issues, mergers and acquisitions, and vendor contracting. He also represents clients in litigation matters, strategic business planning, and succession and estate planning. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Kansas, and his J.D. from the University of Missouri – Kansas City, where he was a member of the National Moot Court Team and was awarded the Best Brief for the Petitioner at the regional competition. He is licensed to practice law in Oklahoma, Missouri and Texas.
MILES is a leader and active member of the Oklahoma Bar Association. Miles currently serves on the Legislative Monitoring Committee, Chairperson for the Financial Institution and Commercial Law Section (FICL), and previously served as a Member of the Article 9 Legislative Review Subcommittee of the UCC Committee. Miles has presented at the OBA's Legislative Reading Day and Legislative Debrief, organized and moderated the Annual Banking and Commercial Law Update, and has had two articles published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal (“Joint Account Basics” and “Citizenship and Jurisdiction of Federally Chartered Companies”). Miles has also been a member of the Luther Bohanon American Inn of Court XXIII.
MILES is also an active member of the Oklahoma County Bar Association. He is a member of the Briefcase Committee and responsible for publishing articles, such as changes to the Oklahoma Commercial Code and the impacts of the new medical marijuana laws. In June of 2018, Miles was awarded the Geary L. Walke Briefcase Award for outstanding contribution to the Briefcase.
In addition to professional leadership, MILES is also involved in the Oklahoma City community. He is a board member for Rainbow Fleet Inc., an Oklahoma based nonprofit that has worked to provide educational child development programs and serves in Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties for more than 45 years, and services as its fundraising chair. He is a member of Oklahoma City’s Downtown Rotary Club and serves on its Program Committee.
Miles and his wife, Andrea, live in Oklahoma City with their two dogs (Haley and Teddy Roosevelt).