Tulsa, the second most populous city in the state of Oklahoma, is known for a number of things: its fine examples of art deco architecture, The Philbrook Museum of Art, located in an Italian-styled villa that was once the home of an oil magnate, and the Woody Guthrie Center, a museum built as a tribute to the great American folk musician-singer-songwriter. Tulsa is also home to one of the 17 national and international offices of Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig. This expansive law practice offers a remarkable array of personalized legal services to individuals, small to mid-sized business owners, sovereign governments and Fortune 500 companies. To a certain extent, as one might expect, the services available vary from one Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig location to another. Known for their individual talents, our attorneys (numbering over 70) have diverse backgrounds but share a commitment to represent their clients with skill, attention to detail, knowledge, and integrity.
In Tulsa, our lead attorney is Noah Fontanez, who is also a partner in the firm. A military veteran with impeccable credentials, Noah served for 20 years in the armed forces, as well as 15 overlapping years working on high level cases involving contract, fiscal, regulatory and aviation law. His impressive background includes service as the Chief of Contract and Fiscal law for United States Army Central Command while deployed to Kuwait from 2015 to 2016, during which time he served as the primary fiscal legal advisor to the Commanding Three-Star General.
Noah’s military experience involved dealing with operation contracts within 20 foreign countries, including Afghanistan and Iraq, and providing strategic direction related to a $15 billion budget. At present, Noah is an Army Reserve Judge Advocate with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
During his extended military tenure, he has served as a lead attorney covering a broad spectrum of legal core competencies, including in the areas of administrative law, government claims, intelligence oversight and litigation.Noah has also served as in-house counsel to one of the largest privately held oil and gas exploration and production companies in the world. His civilian experience also includes drafting and negotiating master service, joint operating, gas purchase and sales, leases, licenses, and procurement agreements within not only the oil and gas companies, but within the larger business community.
Like all of the attorneys of Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig, whether they are serving in Wilmington, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Vienna, New York City, Toronto, Vienna, or one of our other offices, Noah has specialized knowledge and experience that make him a tremendous asset to our firm as well as to the clients he serves.
We count among our legal team not only well-trained, experienced lawyers, but business owners, MBAs, patent holders, and aerospace engineers. At our Tulsa office, our legal services revolve around Business, Litigation, Brewery and Winery Services, Aviation, Government Contracts, Estate Planning and Real Estate. Noah, in addition to his substantial knowledge in these areas, has the ability, as do all of our talented attorneys, to call upon his colleagues in our other U.S. and foreign offices for specific points of information. Just as their areas of proficiency are invaluable to him, his areas of insight are invaluable to them.
Our Tulsa attorneys, who have 30 years of combined legal experience, provide a variety of legal services for the community.
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