Mr. Carwile has practiced law in Tulsa for 33 years. He has significant and broad experience and first-chair jury and non-jury trial experience in different federal and state courts and in complex litigation and arbitration proceedings. He also has served as a mediator and arbitrator.
A wide variety of commercial contract and business tort disputes and litigation, to include:
Oil and gas litigation and disputes relating to Exploration and development agreements, gas purchase contracts, disputes between operators and gas working interest owners, joint ventures, and pipeline operations
Trade and competition litigation, to include trade secrets, non-competition agreements, non-solicitation provisions, proprietary and confidential data litigation, and unfair competition.
Corporate, partnership and limited liability company disputes and litigation, to include both plaintiff and defendant representation related to corporate officer and director duties, fiduciary duties, accountings, transfers of assets, receiverships, dissolution, and derivative lawsuits in a wide variety of businesses. These include law firms, private industrial and private oil companies, pipeline companies, retail companies, and medical practices.
Commercial construction litigation and arbitration, to include gas processing and co-generation facilities, oil refineries, power plants, and oil and gas pipelines.
Commercial real estate disputes in both trial and arbitration contexts.
Anti-trust claims, including cases in the aerospace, medical and construction industries
Trust litigation, including representing plaintiffs and defendants in trust fiduciary litigation, banking trust litigation and securities fraud contexts.
Mr. Carwile has successfully represented plaintiffs and defendants in a number of Tulsa County jury and non-jury trials, the most significant of which include: