Drew D. Webb

Attorney in Oklahoma City, OK

Drew Webb's practice concentrates in commercial litigation and arbitration. He has extensive experience in disputes involving banking, commercial credit, real estate (including title), bankruptcy, construction contracts, energy, trusts and estates, and insurance. Drew has received extensive training in mediation and arbitration and handles primarily large and complex matters and advocates in arbitration, bankruptcy matters and traditional civil litigation.

He also advises clients in relation to records and information management issues, including retention/destruction, pre-litigation e-discovery planning and compliance, and case-specific e-discovery issues.

Drew's achievements have earned him inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (bankruptcy litigation; commercial litigation; construction litigation) and Oklahoma Super Lawyers.

Representative Experience

· Obtained trial victory for Big Lots Stores, Inc., a national close-out retailer of name-brand merchandise, in an appeal of an ad valorem tax valuation of the company's warehouse in Durant, OK, resulting in substantial tax savings to the company.

· Extensive practice in business litigation, bankruptcy and arbitration issues and enforcement of arbitration provisions.

· Extensive industry-specific experience in litigation of disputes concerning banking, commercial credit, real estate, bankruptcy, construction contracts, energy, ad valorem taxation, partnerships, trust and estates, and insurance.

· In re Crusader Energy Group, Inc., et al., Case No. 09-31797, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, S. D. Tex. (bankruptcy, lead counsel, represented creditor Chesapeake Energy)

· In re Hallwood Energy, L.P., et al., Case No. 09-31253-11, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, S. D. Tex. (bankruptcy, lead counsel, represented creditor Chesapeake Energy)

· In re SemCrude, L.P., et al., Case No. 08-11525, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, D. Del.; Special Energy Corp. v. SemCrude, L.P., et al.; Adversary Case No. 08-51397 (bankruptcy adversary proceeding, tracing of trust funds, represented Special Energy Corp.)

· In re Baldwin, Case No. 04-72919, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, E. D. Okla.; Miller v. Bill and Carolyn Limited Partnership, el al., Case Nos. 06-7083 and 09-7004, U. S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit (representation of creditor and enforcement of bankruptcy estate's ownership rights in debtor's partnership interest, lead counsel, represented McCurtain County National Bank and Gerald R. Miller, Trustee)

· In re Race Horses, Inc., Case No. 04-70162, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, E. D. Okla. (creditor's claim and contract dispute, lead counsel, represented United Tote Company)

· Orix Real Estate Equities, Inc. v. Bordeaux III, L.L.C. et al., CJ-2003-9945, District Court of Oklahoma County, Okla. (shopping center foreclosure,collection and guaranty issues, lead counsel, represented Orix)

· In the Matter of the Assessment of Real Property of Integris Realty Corporation, 2002 OK 85, 58 P.3d 200 (exemption for charitable use of real property, represented Integris Realty Corp.)

· Fleming Companies, Inc. v. Super Center, 1999 OK CIV APP 18 (enforcement of arbitration contract, lead counsel, represented Fleming Companies, Inc.)

Attorney Articles

· Uncovering hidden profits: Corporate records and e-discovery
The Journal Record - October 2, 2008

At The Podium

· The Oil and Gas Creditor's Bankruptcy Toolbox
Mineral Lawyers Society of Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma | March 11, 2010

Professional Organizations and Memberships

· Oklahoma County Bar Association

· Oklahoma Bar Association

· Better Business Bureau (Certified Autoline Program Arbitrator)

· ARMA International

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Areas of Law

  • Banking and Financial Institutions
  • Financial Institutions Litigation
  • Business Restructuring, Workouts and Bankruptcy
  • Bankruptcy Litigation
  • Litigation
  • Multidistrict Litigation
  • Construction Litigation
  • Mass Torts Litigation
  • Real Estate Disputes
  • Banking Litigation
  • E-Discovery, Records and Information Management
  • Mediation
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Complex Business Litigation
  • Insurance Litigation
  • Product Liability Defense
  • Real Estate


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Experience & Credentials



Admission Details

Admitted in 1985, Oklahoma
U.S. District Courts for the Western, Northern and Eastern Districts of Oklahoma
U.S. District Courts for Northern, Eastern and Southern Districts of Texas
U.S. Courts of Appeals for the First and Tenth Circuits
U.S. Supreme Court

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  • Law School Attended

    Harvard Law School
    Class of 1985
    cum laude

    University Attended

    University of Oklahoma
    Class of 1982
    with special distinction

    Contact Information


    (405) 552-2255


    (405) 235-0439


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    Drew D. Webb
    10th Floor, Two Leadership Square 211 North Robinson,
    Oklahoma City, OK 73102-7103


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