About Us

Gary Quinnett

Education:

  • J.D. 1992, University of Oklahoma, College of Law
  • B.B.A. 1985, University of Oklahoma

Memberships:

  • Oklahoma Bar Association
  • Professionalism Committee, Oklahoma Bar Association (2014 Vice Chairman)
  • Business and Corporate Law Section, Oklahoma Bar Association
  • South Oklahoma City Lawyer’s Association
  • United States District Court, Western District of Oklahoma (admitted and qualified to practice)

Recent Articles By Gary Quinnett

Recent Presentations by Gary Quinnett

  • National Business Institute; Construction Contracts; (November, 2016) (view presentation)
  • Oklahoma Structural Engineers Association; Construction Law Contracts; (April, 2016) (view presentation)
  • National Business Institute; Construction Law: Advanced Issues and Answers; (view presentation)
  • Oklahoma City Association of Professional Landmen; Oklahoma Oil and Gas Well Liens (February, 2015) (view presentation)
  • South Oklahoma City Lawyer’s Association; Creditor’s Remedies (January, 2015) (view presentation)
  • Capital Association of Division Order Analysts; Oil and Gas Well Liens (June, 2014) (view presentation)
  • Commercial Lease Provisions and Issues; 11th Annual Summit (August, 2013) (read more)
  • The Associated General Contractors of America, Oklahoma City Chapter (June, 2012) (view presentation)
  • Oklahoma Contractors (roofers, plumbers, electrical and mechanical) (November, 2011)
  • Oklahoma Society of CPAs, Oklahoma City Chapter (July, 2011)
  • Cleveland County Bar Association (May, 2011)
  • Oklahoma Contractors (roofers, plumbers, electrical and mechanical) (April, 2011)
  • Oklahoma Society of CPAs, Norman Chapter (February, 2011)

Recent Seminars Attended:

Relevant Experience:

  • Experienced at recovering money owed and fashioning favorable terms for clients.
  • Negotiated hundreds of agreements with the largest law firms in the world.
  • Long history in the oil and gas field, beginning with a Landman position in 1982. Numerous presentations to judges and lawyers, including a 2007 presentation to the New York University Appellate Judges Seminar.

Guiding Principles:

  • Advocate aggressively for clients
  • Maintain the highest degree of professionalism and integrity
  • Ensure the utmost privacy for clients
  • Communicate often and openly with the client
  • Fast turnaround

On August 27, 2013, Gary Quinnett presented a legal seminar on commercial real estate issues. The attendees rated him "Excellent"