Tara Niendorf is an associate attorney whose focus is on representing and assisting clients through transactional matters related to the purchase, sale, lease, finance, and registration of aircraft. Her daily practice concentrates on facilitating and documenting aircraft transaction, title, and registration issues. Her expertise includes matters relating to the Federal Aviation Administration Regulations and Aircraft Registry, Federal Transportation Code, and Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the Aircraft Protocol.
Tara earned her Juris Doctor with Honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. While in law school, she was recognized for her academic excellence with three named scholarships including the William T. Comfort Scholarship, multiple American Jurisprudence awards for top performance in a course, inclusion on the Dean’s Honor Roll, and selection to the Order of the Coif. Tara served as an Assistant Managing Editor for the University of Oklahoma Law Review, published a peer-reviewed article, and was a member of numerous organizations including the Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court and Phi Delta Phi international legal honor society. She also mentored international law students as part of an exchange program.
Tara’s professional experience is varied. During law school, she served as a legal extern for the civil division of the U.S. Department of Justice for the Western District of Oklahoma and for the Honorable Judge Shon T. Erwin. She also worked as a summer associate with a large, prominent Oklahoma law firm. Prior to law school, Tara worked as a paralegal both in private practice and for a state government following her graduation magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas A&M University.
Tara and her husband, an active duty Air Force pilot, reside in Oklahoma City with their children and dogs.
Mark J. Peregrin counsels business aviation and commercial aviation clients in a broad range of aviation transactional matters involving the buying, selling, leasing, financing and registration of aircraft. Among other clients, he represents both corporate and individual owners of aircraft, manufacturers in the aerospace industry, leasing companies and banks and lending institutions. His practice is focused on aviation transactional matters that involve the Federal Transportation Code, the practice of aviation law before the FAA Civil Aircraft Registry, and matters related to the Cape Town Convention and the International Registry.
Prior to joining Daugherty, Fowler, Peregrin, Haught & Jenson, Mark was with a law firm engaged in the commercial mortgage backed securities industry with a focus on real estate transactional work including the sale and leasing of real estate, financing of real estate through pooled loans and the sale and assignment of commercial mortgages. Mark led the loan resolution and controversy department for clients in the State of Oklahoma. Typically, his practice would involve representation in both state and federal courts, including bankruptcy court as well as non-judicial workouts.
Mark graduated from Sam Houston State University in 1983 and earned a juris doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 1987. Mark is admitted to Oklahoma state courts including the Oklahoma Supreme Court, United States Federal Court, including Bankruptcy Courts in the Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Oklahoma, as well as the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and the Oklahoma County Bar Association.
Mark currently resides in Edmond, Oklahoma with his wife, Shannon. Mark is active in the sporting activities of his three sons.
Robin D. Jenson is a shareholder of Daugherty, Fowler, Peregrin, Haught & Jenson. Robin has been involved in the aviation industry since 1979 and assists clients as special aviation counsel worldwide in structuring and closing transactions involving the sale, registration, leasing and financing of commercial, corporate, and private aircraft and the filing of such transaction documents with the FAA Registry in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, as well as registering the associated interests on the International Registry.
Throughout the years Robin has closed on thousands of commercial and corporate aircraft and has played an instrumental role in the transactional restructuring of major air carrier fleets, including transactions that are deemed to be the largest recorded in the history of the FAA Registry.
Robin is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, having received her B.S. in 1979. She received her juris doctorate from Oklahoma City University in 1986. She is a member of the American Bar Association, Business Law Section and Forum Committee on Air and Space Law. She is also a member of the National Business Aviation Association and the Association of Aircraft Title Lawyers and has an AV rating by Martindale Hubbell. Robin was selected as one of the World's Leading Aviation Lawyers, by The International Who's Who of Aviation Lawyers and The International Who's Who of Business Lawyers.
Robin and her family reside in Oklahoma City, where not only is she involved in the lives of her two sons, but also with the youth at her church as a High School Sunday School teacher. She is an avid sports fan of both the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Oklahoma Sooners.
Robert M. Peregrin
Scott A. Reygers
Ryan Moser joined Daugherty, Fowler, Peregrin, Haught & Jenson in 2017. He assists clients in transactions that involve the sale and registration of aircraft, as well as leasing and financing arrangements. Ryan focuses on commercial and corporate aircraft transactions and handles filing related documents at the Federal Aviation Administration Civil Aircraft Registry and registering associated interests at the International Registry.
Ryan earned his Juris Doctor with Honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. He received several academic honors, including the Cole Adwon Scholarship, the Leon J. York Scholarship, and inclusion on the Dean’s Honor Roll. Ryan also served as a member of the American Indian Law Review and regularly volunteered as a Live Help Navigator for Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma. While in law school, he trained in an array of internships, including a position with an insurance company’s in-house counsel and positions with small and medium sized litigation firms.
Prior to law school, Ryan graduated magna cum laude from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science degree.
Ryan resides in Oklahoma City. In his free time, Ryan enjoys reading, playing the guitar and sports, especially college football.
Scott Reygers joined Daugherty, Fowler, Peregrin, Haught & Jenson as an associate in 2017. As an associate at the firm, Scott provides assistance to clients on transactional matters related to the registration of aircraft at the FAA’s Civil Aircraft Registry. Scott also assists in matters related to aircraft sales, leasing, financing, and aircraft title. Scott’s practice is focused on matters that involve the Federal Aviation Regulations, Title 49 of the United States Code, and the Cape Town Treaty.
Prior to joining Daugherty, Fowler, Peregrin, Haught & Jenson, Scott served as an attorney in the Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Aeronautical Center Counsel (ACC) located in Oklahoma City. As an ACC attorney, Scott focused his practice on matters related to aircraft registration and providing advice and counsel to the FAA’s Civil Aircraft Registry. Specifically, Scott’s practice focused on providing counsel on non-citizen trust agreements, finance leases, true leases, statutory trust agreements, LLC structures, U.S. nexus requirements, U.S. citizenship matters as defined in Title 49 of the United States Code, and matters related to the Cape Town Treaty.
Scott graduated from Seattle University School of Law, presumptive cum laude, with a juris doctorate in 2010. Prior to attending law school, Scott served on active duty status in the United States Air Force from 2001 to 2007, during which time he earned his B.S. in Business Management and his A.S. in Avionic Systems Technology.
Scott resides in Edmond, Oklahoma with his wife, Listina, and their two children, Isabelle and Christian.
Adrianna Jenson joined Daugherty, Fowler, Peregrin, Haught & Jenson as an associate attorney in 2014. Adri assists in closing transactions involving the sale, registration, leasing, and financing of commercial and corporate aircraft, the filing of supporting documents at the Federal Aviation Administration Civil Aircraft Registry, and the registration of associated interests at the International Registry. Adri is also interested in the registration of unmanned aircraft systems at the FAA.
Adri received her Juris Doctor with Highest Honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2014. While in law school, she had many notable achievements, including numerous American Jurisprudence awards for academic excellence, constant presence on the Dean's Honor Roll, and receipt of the William T. Comfort Scholarship, as well as induction into the University of Oklahoma Chapter of the Order of the Coif upon her graduation. Adri served as an Articles Editor for the Oklahoma Law Review. She also participated in fraternal activities including the Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court and Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity. Through the College of Law’s externship program, she served as a legal extern for Oklahoma Lawyers for Children.
Prior to attending law school, Adri graduated summa cum laude from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor of Science degree and earned a Master of Education degree from the University of Oklahoma.
In her free time, Adri enjoys reading, baking, running, and spending time with her family, friends, and dog. Adri loves to sing and is involved in the music ministry at her church.
Tara M. Niendorf
Adrianna B. Jenson
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Robert M. Peregrin is a founding member and shareholder of Daugherty, Fowler, Peregrin, Haught & Jenson, P.C. He assists clients as special Federal Aviation Administration and International Registry counsel in structuring and closing worldwide transactions involving the sale, registration, leasing and financing of private, corporate and commercial aircraft to achieve perfection and priority at the FAA and on the IR.
Bob frequently speaks at seminars and professional conferences on topics pertaining to aircraft registration, liens, financing and leasing issues involving the FAA and registrations at the IR pursuant to the Cape Town Convention. Bob’s expertise has earned recognition by The International Who’s Who of Aviation Lawyers and The Best Lawyers in America for equipment finance law. Bob serves on the International Registry Advisory Board and the Legal Advisory Panel for the International Registry.
His professional memberships include the American Bar Association, the ABA’s Business Law Section and Forum Committee on Air and Space Law, the National Business Aviation Association, and the Association of Aircraft Title Lawyers. Bob is admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. Bob earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 1982, following his undergraduate education at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Bob is a fourth degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and enjoys martial arts, competitive shooting sports and riding his motorcycle. He and his wife, Donna, are active at their church and with the Boys Ranch Town in Edmond, Oklahoma.
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