Stratton Taylor is Taylor Foster's Senior Partner. He has an active trial practice and has represented corporate clients in all three federal districts in Oklahoma, as well as virtually all of Oklahoma's 77 counties.
Stratton is widely considered to be one of the most experienced litigators in Oklahoma and is a lifetime member of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. He holds the record for the largest personal injury verdict in Rogers County history, with a $10,000,000 verdict. He also has a $4,000,000 jury verdict involving a land dispute.
Stratton served as a state representative from 1978 to 1982; in 1982, he was elected to the state senate; in 1995, he was unanimously elected by members of both parties to be the leader of the Senate: he was elected President Pro Tempore and third in line to the Governorship. He is the longest serving President Pro Tempore in Oklahoma history.
After 28 years of public service, Stratton left to engage in full-time law practice. For recognition of his service, the library at his alma mater, Rogers State University, is named in his honor. In addition, Stratton is featured in the book, Oklahoma Courthouse Legends, by Kent Frates.
J.D., University of Tulsa
B.A., Political Science, University of Tulsa
Claremore Junior College (Now Rogers State University)