Crowe & Dunlevy recently named Zachary W. Allen, Elliot P. Anderson, Adam C. Hall, Brett D. Liles and Drew T. Palmer directors of the firm.
“This new group of directors will allow us to continue to provide our clients with the highest level of service,” said Crowe & Dunlevy President Kevin Gordon. “These attorneys have demonstrated their in-depth expertise in their fields of law and can provide a comprehensive approach to our clients’ legal needs. We appreciate their continued commitment to our firm and our clients.”
Allen is based in the firm’s Oklahoma City office with a focus on real estate. He concentrates his practice in commercial real estate lending, leasing, development and sales transactions, representing a diverse range of clients, including developers, purchasers, owners, tenants and lenders.
Based in the firm’s Tulsa office, Anderson provides litigation and consultation services in business and commercial matters, with a particular emphasis on environmental compliance and remediation, and oil and gas law. His areas of practice include Energy, Environment & Natural Resources and Criminal Defense, Compliance & Investigations.
Hall works in the firm’s Oklahoma City office, where he specializes in business and commercial litigation with an emphasis on financial institutions and finance, securities litigation, bankruptcy and creditor’s rights and debt restructure and loan workouts. He is a member of the Antitrust, Banking & Financial Institutions, Bankruptcy & Creditor’s Rights, Litigation & Trial and Securities Litigation Practice Groups.
Liles is a director in the firm’s Tulsa office. He focuses his practice on multiple aspects of business and commercial transactions, with an emphasis on aircraft, secured financing, real estate, mergers and acquisitions, and securities. He is a member of the Aviation/Aircraft, Banking & Financial Institutions, Construction, Corporate & Securities, Indian Law & Gaming and Real Estate Practice Groups.
Palmer practices intellectual property law in the firm’s Oklahoma City office, specializing in litigation and conflict resolution in the software, Internet and other high-technology industries. He advises clients on a variety of matters related to the protection and enforcement of their patent, copyright, trade secret and trademark rights. Leveraging his background in the software industry, Palmer also drafts and negotiates software and other technology licenses for various regional businesses. He is a member of the Intellectual Property and International Practice Groups.
Posted on Fri, May 2, 2014
by Crowe & Dunlevy