Founded in 1933, Conner & Winters, LLP is a full-service firm with more than 100 attorneys successfully representing numerous areas of practice. With offices located in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Northwest Arkansas, Dallas, Houston, and Washington D.C., the firm serves a broad range of clients in local, state, regional, national, and international arenas. Its clients include businesses of all sizes and types, from locally owned companies to multi-national corporations and individuals, estates and trusts, municipalities and other public-sector organizations, institutions, and charitable foundations.
With a robust practice group, our construction lawyers understand the complex and varied risks faced by the construction industry and provide sophisticated legal services. We couple these abilities with efficiency in addressing the needs and meeting the goals of our construction clients.
Representing The Construction Industry
Conner & Winters represents general contractors, design professionals, owners, developers, engineers, subcontractors, and material suppliers. Our representation extends to projects of all dimensions, from a single-use residential project to a complex oil and gas terminal on the Baltic Sea. The firm often handles multimillion dollar projects. Our knowledge of the construction industry combined with our representation of clients in all key roles in the industry positions our attorneys to offer comprehensive legal services.
Arbitration And Mediation
Many construction disputes are resolved through alternative dispute resolution methods, such as arbitration and mediation. Our attorneys routinely handle construction disputes under AAA, ICC, and other applicable rules and procedures.
Our attorneys are well equipped to handle construction-related litigation. Litigation matters routinely handled by the firm’s construction lawyers include disputes involving:
Our attorneys combine their construction knowledge and industry insights to negotiate with owners, engineers, and architects when clashes arise over construction projects. We work with our clients in resolving issues related to substantial completion, contract termination, change orders, extra work claims, delay damages, concealed or unknown site conditions, and force majeure conditions.
While the firm has handled the legal aspects of a myriad of construction projects for our clients, the following representative types of projects confirm the strength and spectrum of this practice area:
Each construction project is unique and requires counsel with the ability to focus on the client’s specific needs. As a full-service law firm, we are able to staff projects with attorneys from a variety of our substantive practice areas as our clients’ needs require, including alternative dispute resolution, banking and finance, corporate and securities, energy, environmental,