Here's a summary of the 16.5 pages of party information on the above docket that shows how the major teams are shaping up behind the various law firms that have gotten hired on so far. TeamNACF (Plaintiffs) David R. Keesling, Heidi L. Shadid and Sloane Ryan Lile from the Keesling Law Group, PLLC in Tulsa. https://www.facebook.com/KLGattorneys http://www.klgattorneys.com/ (website not launched yet) From their FB page: Keesling Law Group is a boutique law firm dedicated to a national trial practice in both federal and state courts. This firm appears to be a brand new venture for Keesling and company, and he seems to be a reputable chap that has bounced around to various firms where he was named partner. The last one being Richardson Richardson Boudreaux Keesling. TeamRTC David L. Bryant, Amelia A. Fogleman and David E. Keglovits from GableGotwals in OKCity and Tulsa. http://gablelaw.com/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/GableGotwals/128089963874638 From their About Us page: GableGotwals is a full-service law firm of over 80 attorneys (including the president of the Oklahoma Bar Association who is not on this case) representing a diversified client base across the nation. Though Oklahoma-based, our connections and reach are global. Fortune 500 corporations, entrepreneurs, privately owned companies, foundations and individuals entrust us every day with the stewardship and strategic management of their legal challenges. They also have a substantial list of awards and honors with Bryant and Keglovits getting multiple forms of distinquished recognition. DEFENDANTS represented: Religious Technology Center TeamCSI John J. Carwile from Atkinson Haskins Nellis Brittingham Gladd & Fiasco in Tulsa. http://www.ahn-law.com/ From their homepage: Atkinson, Haskins, Nellis, Brittingham, Gladd & Fiasco is a group of aggressive litigators who have combined to try over 600 cases to jury verdict. We serve the interests of our local clients as well as out of state clients with legal issues throughout the state of Oklahoma. DEFENDANTS represented: Church of Scientology International TeamNarCONon-Rhodes Colin H. Tucker, Denelda L. Richardson, John H. Tucker and Kerry R. Lewis from Rhodes Hieronymus Jones Tucker & Gable in Tulsa. http://rhodesokla.com/ From the Services page: Rhodes Hieronymus is a litigation law firm, created in 1931. We try cases in Oklahoma’s 3 federal districts and 68 district courts. Our trial and appellate cases have established the law of Oklahoma in many of the areas of our expertise. DEFENDANTS represented: Narconon International Association for Better Living and Education International TeamNarCONon-RiggsAbney Donald M. Bingham, M. David Riggs and Wm. Gregory James from Riggs Abney Neal Turpen Orbison & Lewis. http://www.riggsabney.com/ From their About page: Founded in 1972 by four graduates from the University of Tulsa College of Law, Riggs Abney is one of Oklahoma’s largest law firms... with offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Denver, providing broad based legal counsel and representation in all aspects of law. DEFENDANTS represented: Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc. Derry Hallmark (citizen of Oklahoma) Janet Watkins (citizen of Oklahoma) Tom Widman (citizen of Oklahoma) Vicki Smith (citizen of Oklahoma) Michael Otto (citizen of Oklahoma) Michael J. Gosselin (citizen of Oklahoma) Kathy Gosselin (citizen of Oklahoma) Michael George (citizen of Oklahoma) Kent McGregor (citizen of Oklahoma) Dena G. Goad (citizen of Oklahoma, aka Dena G. Boman) Michael St. Amand ( citizen of Oklahoma) TeamNarCONon-SteidleyNeal Charles D. Neal Jr., Rachel D. Parrilli and Stacie L. Hixon from Steidley & Neal, PLLC in Olahoma (4 cities), Arkansas and Texas. http://steidley-neal.com/ From their home page: Steidley & Neal, PLLC is a law firm comprised of trial lawyers who focus on all areas of civil litigation. The firm often serves as local counsel in litigation involving matters of national scope. With over 200 years of combined practice in litigation, our (14) attorneys have the experience to weight the scales. Charles "Buddy" Neal is a namesake senior partner in the firm, while Parrill and Hixon are partners. Buddy has served as a Municipal Judge, and currently serves as Adjunct Settlement Judge for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma. DEFENDANTS represented: Friends of Narconon Intl. (CA) Premazon, Inc. (CA) Narconon Spring Hill, Inc. (FL) Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. (NV) A Life Worth Living, Inc. dba Narconon Colorado Narconon South Texas, Inc. Narconon Eastern United States, Inc. (VA) Narconon Freedom Center, Inc. (VA) Golden Millennium Productions, Inc. (CA) International Academy of Detoxification Specialists (CA) GreatCircle Studios, LLC (CA) Royalmark Management, Inc. (CA) Jonathan Beazley (citizen of California) Joseph Guernaccini (citizen of California) Thomas Garcia (citizen of Florida) David S. Lee, III (a citizen of Indiana with two extra attorneys from McAfee & Taft in Tulsa) Richard Hawk (citizen of Louisiana aka Matthew Hawk) Anthony Bylsma (citizen of California) James Woodworth (citizen of Louisiana aka Jim Woodworth) Jonathan Moretti (citizen of California) Glen Petcavage (citizen of Colorado) ---- Notice how the exec strata cult entities all have their own dedicated law firm. While the actual Narconon facilities and their staff at the bottom of the pecking order are being picked up by one of the two firms getting the lion share of defendants. Paints an interesting picture imo that shows how the money flows uplines in the world of scilon front groups.