Haynie, Tony W.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Tony Haynie has primarily focused his practice on the litigation and resolution of business disputes for over 20 years. In the course of his practice, Mr. Haynie has represented brokerage houses, banks, Fortune 500 companies, insurance companies, bankruptcy trustees, small businesses, partnerships, non profit entities and individuals in a variety of matters in state and federal courts at all levels in Oklahoma and throughout the country.
Mr. Haynie has practiced in a number of substantive areas including contracts, business torts, trade secrets, corporate governance, real estate and zoning, oil and gas, antitrust, insurance, securities, trust and estates, intellectual property, employment, ERISA, financial and banking disputes, bankruptcy and family law. He represents clients in a number of industry sectors including; banking and finance, construction, energy, insurance, manufacturing, real estate and technology among others.
Mr. Haynie is a Master of the Hudson Hall Wheaton Chapter of the American Inns of Court and is an adjunct professor of law at the University of Tulsa College of Law teaching in the area of Conflicts of Law and Pretrial Practice.
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