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Oklahoma business briefs, Jan. 23

Oklahoma business briefs, Jan. 23
Published: January 23, 2014

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Breakfast for professionals set

St. Luke's United Methodist Church will host a Young Professionals Community Breakfast with guest speaker Mike Knopp from 7 to 8 a.m. Jan. 30. Knopp is executive director of the Oklahoma City Boathouse Foundation and a member of the U.S. Olympic Rowing Committee. The event costs $5, and registration is available at The quarterly event is open to all young professionals in the Oklahoma City area.

McAfee & Taft wins recognition

McAfee & Taft, Oklahoma's largest law firm, has been recognized as one of the “Go-To Law Firms of the Top 500 Companies,” according to American Lawyer Media. Only 322 law firms in the country were selected. This is the seventh consecutive year that McAfee & Taft has been recognized in the list. This year, 16 Fortune 500 companies singled out McAfee & Taft as a “go-to” firm for legal work, including General Motors; Ford Motor Co.; State Farm Insurance Cos.; Pfizer; and Best Buy.

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