Because of the demand for our litigation services, we are now representing clients in serious civil litigation (bet-the-company, bad faith, serioius personal injury and wrongful death, licensing issues for professionals, civil rights, qui tam, whistle-blower actions, false claims act cases), and other matters that might involve the loss of one’s fortune, freedom or life, or involve serious matters of public welfare, reform or protection of our democratic way of life and protection of our government’s resources.
For more than 24 years, Bob Wyatt has devoted his practice exclusively to litigation in state and federal courts. While our practice has focussed on defending the accused, we are involved in civil litigation in matters that impact the going concern or viability of a corporation or professional entity or a professional’s license — whether regulatory, civil, administrative or criminal matters, at both trial and on appeal. If you need counsel in important business matters or matters termed “bet-the-company,” you need lawyers like the one’s at the Wyatt Law Office.
Both Bob Wyatt and the Wyatt Law Office have been AV ® Peer Review Rated by Martindale Hubbell Law Directory since 1999. Mr. Wyatt has been interviewed by the National Law Journal (February 18, 2008) for expertise in computer crimes, and one of his early trials was reviewed in Harvey Silverglate’s book, Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent (New York: Encounter Books, 2009).
In addition to being licensed in Oklahoma state courts and in all federal courts in Oklahoma, Bob Wyatt is now licensed to practice in the federal courts in the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas. That includes the Eastern District federal courts in Beaumont, Lufkin, Marshall, Plano, Sherman, Texarkana and Tyler areas and the Northern District federal courts in Abilene, Amarillo, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Lubbock, San Angelo and Wichita Falls areas. He is eligible for admission in Texas state courts and other federal courts as needed. We are willing to travel anywhere for the right case.