I invite you to contact me for a free consultation on your corporate or commercial real estate legal questions. When you do, you will find that I provide effective, professional, comprehensive and cost effective legal services. I have received the highest rating (AV) for professional and ethical standards by Martindale-Hubbell. I hold a business degree from one of the best business schools in the world, Cox School of Business, at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.

Over the past 25-years I have developed an extensive network of specialists to assist in any litigation; including actuaries, forensic accountants, receivers, finance and valuation professionals. I have extensive experience in both litigation and trial law.


Bart A. Boren is a shareholder of Williams, Boren & Associates, P.C., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; (405-232-5220) admitted to bar, 1980, Oklahoma and U.S. District Court, Western, Northern and Eastern Districts of Oklahoma; 1982, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit.

Mr. Boren worked in the real estate development field in Dallas, Texas with a Fortune 500 company prior to law school. He worked on the Brookhollow Development in Dallas, Texas and the Marriott buy out of the Residence Inns. Mr. Boren has represented every type of creditor that may be benefited or affected by formal bankruptcy proceedings, out-of-court workouts, receiverships, liquidations, non-judicial restructuring and assignments for the benefit of creditors. These clients have included official committees of creditors, secured lenders, tax authorities, banks, bankruptcy trustees, landlords, trade creditors and indenture trustees. Mr. Boren has experience in every phase of complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy, workout and loan enforcement, including strategic sale of business divisions, complex forbearance arrangements, debtor-in-possession financing, relief from stay litigation and Chapter 11 confirmation disputes. Some of Mr. Boren’s notable projects include the representation of the developer for the construction of the Leadership Square building in downtown Oklahoma City and the representation of the owner for the refinancing and ultimate sale of the Shepherd Mall in Oklahoma City.

Mr. Boren has also represented general contractors, subcontractors and financial institutions regarding construction law, materialman lien filing, construction foreclosure, and construction litigation.

Education: Southern Methodist University (B.B.A., 1977); University of Oklahoma (J.D., 1980). Member, Oklahoma City University Law Review, 1978-1979. Recipient, American Jurisprudence Awards: Real Property and Criminal Law.

Author: “Walker v. Telex Corp.: Contingent Fee-Presumptive Value of a Benefit,” Oklahoma City University Law Review, Vol. 3, No. 2; Speaker for, “Specific Problems Related to Oklahoma Foreclosures,” Oklahoma Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Seminar on “Secured Transactions,”; “Deficiency Judgments Guaranty Agreements, Co-Makers,” Oklahoma Bar Association Seminar on Mortgage Foreclosures; Oklahoma Bar & Banking Associations; Seminar Financial Institutions in Oklahoma, speaking on Bankruptcy and Foreclosures from 1993 to 2003.

Member : Oklahoma and American Bar Associations.

Practice Areas: Financial Institutions Law and Commercial Litigation, including Bank Collections; Bank Foreclosures; Banking Law; Loan Workouts; Secured Lending; Business Transactions; Commercial Collections; Secured Collections; Commercial Real Estate Foreclosure; Commercial Real Estate Workouts; Construction Claims; Construction Litigation; Mechanics Liens; Creditors Rights; Secured Creditors Rights; Secured Finance; Commercial Leasing; Commercial Landlord and Tenant Law; Civil Litigation; Commercial Mortgages; Mortgage Bankruptcy; Mortgage Foreclosure; Mortgage Tax; Mortgage Workouts; Land Acquisitions; Land Sales; Real Estate Bankruptcy; Real Estate Contracts; Real Estate Foreclosure; Real Estate Workouts.