Many years of getting results.

Quinnett has drafted and negotiated thousands of contracts; filed hundreds of liens and lawsuits; and collected many millions of dollars on behalf of his clients.
Why that matters.
In the practice of law, there is no substitute for learning from your successes and mistakes. He understands the leverage points, and that understanding is gained by representing all the different sides in a matter. For example, he has represented owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and lenders in construction disputes. Looking at the matter from different sides is a secret to his success.
He seeks to understand both the legal and business side of the issue.

Why that matters.
Any good attorney will understand the legal side of an issue. Quinnett tries to look at the issue from the business side. He’ll ask, for example, what will this legal strategy harm our relationship with the customer? Will I spend more in fighting this matter than its worth?
His business focus was arrived at by working at, and ultimately advancing to the executive level, at a Fortune 500 company.
Recognized as a leading attorney

He teaches other attorneys on contracts, construction, oil and gas, and real estate.
Why that matters.
The single best way to stay sharp on a legal topic is to teach that topic to attorneys. To maintain a license to practice law, each attorney must attend a certain number of classes each year called “continuing legal education” or CLE for short. Those asked to teach CLEs must have a deep understanding of the topic since he will field advanced questions from the attorney students.
He consults with a circle of CPAs, landmen, surveyors, abstractors, insurance professionals and contractors.

Why that matters.
Business matters and disputes often require the input from other disciplines. He has a trusted circle of professionals that he can call on to lend their expertise.
He strives to use the best resources

Why that matters.
His clients require him to deliver results quickly. Using the most advanced legal research and writing software, and other tools such as electronic signing software, allow him to meet his clients’ needs.