On Monday, March 20, 2023, the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma ruled on the petition for the reinstatement of Texas attorney Lisa Gold Madden.

According to the filing, Madden voluntarily resigned his membership to the Oklahoma Bar on October 30, 2014. Madden filed a petition for reinstatement to membership in the Oklahoma Bar Association, on July 25, 2022. Thereafter, the Professional Responsibility Tribunal commenced a hearing on the matter, and the panel recommended that Madden be reinstated to the bar.

The Court, having considered Madden’s petition, the Professional Responsibility Tribunal’s unanimous recommendation of reinstatement, as well as the OBA’s support of the recommendation, ruled in favor of Madden.

The order reads:

“IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the petition of Lisa Gold Madden for reinstatement to the Oklahoma Bar Association should be granted. Madden shall pay costs associated with these proceedings in the amount of $720.06 within sixty (60) days of this order.”

As of today, Ms. Lisa Gold Madden, practices in Houston, Texas. She attended the University of Tulsa, class of 1999. She has been admitted to the state bars of Texas, Washington, and Oklahoma. Madden’s info can be found on Martindale.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.