Elliot Anderson is a director at the firm’s Tulsa office, where he has litigated and resolved a wide range of commercial disputes on behalf of individuals and companies since 2006. Elliot’s practice includes state and federal courts nationwide, with an emphasis on Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado and Kansas.
A seasoned litigator and an experienced counselor, Elliot describes his representation as adaptable, reliable and always appropriately scaled. His practice over nearly 15 years has included oil and gas development, royalty litigation, commercial and residential construction disputes, securities litigation and arbitration, bad faith insurance lawsuits, real property issues and products liability. He regularly handles cases involving environmental compliance and remediation, banking litigation, and energy production, processing and marketing issues. Regardless of the size or nature of the dispute, Elliot makes a priority of understanding his client’s business and ensuring that his representation drives a solution that makes business sense at every step. Throughout his tenure at Crowe & Dunlevy he has served on the firm’s Ethics Committee and Loss Prevention Committee.
Elliot is an Adjunct Professor at the University Tulsa School of Law, where he teaches Texas Civil Procedure. He graduated valedictorian at Pepperdine University School of Law in 2006, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Pepperdine Law Review. Elliot completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Oklahoma, where he graduated with special distinction.
Elliot is admitted to practice law in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas. In addition to his work at Crowe & Dunlevy, Elliot has served as a judicial law clerk to Edith H. Jones, Chief Judge of the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. Before attending law school he spent two years teaching English at Chang’An University in Xi’an, China.