Pringle & Pringle provides clients with a wide array of services:


For over 25 years Pringle & Pringle has been working with banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions in Oklahoma and other states, and developed a great familiarity with the regulatory environment on both the federal and state levels.  We prepare regulatory applications and assist with examination preparation.  We continuously keep up-to-date with the latest proposed and promulgated laws and regulations, and these efforts enabled the firm’s founders to originally develop the PRINGLE® Compliance Policies & Audit Procedures, the PRINGLE® Safety and Soundness Policies & Audit Procedures, and related PRINGLE® Products for financial institutions nationwide.  We advise clients on safety and soundness and compliance issues and help clients prepare and implement policies, procedures, contracts, strategic plans, corporate governance structures, and other documentation and procedures.  Our attorneys also deal regularly with the Uniform Commercial Code and related federal and state laws, and help clients comply with their provisions.  Our philosophy is to help our clients understand statutory and regulatory requirements and negotiate with the regulators to maintain conformity with the law and find solutions to any problems that may arise.  When a client encounters regulatory concerns or enforcement issues, we are the there to work through and successfully address and respond to those concerns and issues.  We also regularly advise clients regarding third-party technology risk and vendor management, including the negotiation and drafting of appropriate contractual documents.  Our attorneys also assist our financial institution clients with strategic planning and board of directors and senior management training, including ethics and code of conduct issues.


Pringle & Pringle advises and counsels its corporate clients in connection with many of their legal needs.  From a company’s launch, Pringle & Pringle can draft organizing documents including articles of organization or incorporation, bylaws, shareholder agreements, and regulatory applications, including ensuring that the necessary documents are properly filed with the appropriate government agencies.  Beyond formation, a company will need advice to maintain the proper corporate formalities such as complying with shareholder meeting voting requirements or amending corporate documents.  Our attorneys have helped clients with the formation process, both straight forward and complicated, and advised clients throughout their corporate existence, and addressed corporate and other entities’ needs, including governance issues.


Since its inception Pringle & Pringle has been assisting clients with merger and acquisition transactions.  Our attorneys have experience dealing with complicated transactions that involve multiple corporate entities and various structures, most often in a highly regulatory environment.  We regularly assist clients with negotiating, documenting, and consummating mergers and acquisitions from state to finish, including both stock transactions and asset sales/acquisitions.  We also assist clients with initial due diligence, as well as with the successful implementation of the transaction after its consummation, including combining operations and meeting regulatory requirements for the ongoing business.


We are well versed in drafting and negotiating many types of contracts.  Our attorneys have extensive experience with many types of contracts including, among others, third-party service provider agreements (on behalf of vendors and financial institutions), stock purchase agreements, asset purchase and sale agreements, shareholder agreements, leases, real estate purchase agreements, employment agreements, and agency agreements.


Pringle & Pringle can assist companies with both defending and asserting claims in state and federal courts, as well as with alternative means of dispute resolution, such as arbitration and mediation.  Companies face many considerations when becoming involved in litigation or alternative dispute resolution, including whether insurance coverage is available and assessing the reputation risk involved in any given litigation or dispute; our attorneys are sensitive to and familiar with those issues.  Firm attorneys have experience with many types of business and corporate disputes, including those involving shareholders, vendors, contracts, business partners, and claims by or against former officers and directors.  In addition to the State Courts for the State of Oklahoma, firm attorneys are admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, the State Courts for the State of Texas, the State Courts for the State of Missouri, the United States Courts of Appeals for the Tenth and Fifth Circuit, and the United States District Courts for the Western District of Oklahoma, the Northern District of Oklahoma, and the Northern District of Texas.  Our attorneys regularly meet with and present matters to federal and state financial institution regulatory agencies including, among others, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the National Credit Union Administration, and the Federal Reserve System and regional Federal Reserve Banks including the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.


We assist corporate and individual clients with the negotiation, documentation, and consummation of real estate purchase and sale transactions.


Pringle & Pringle also assists its clients with personal needs, including prenuptial agreements, trusts, wills and estate planning, and administration.


For many years, firm attorneys have represented and assisted nonprofit organizations with their legal needs.


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