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Mr. Huddleston works in the areas of settling construction, development and real estate disputes and related litigation and arbitration. Mr. Huddleston advises clients with respect to the negotiation and preparation of asset purchase agreements, stock purchase agreements, contracts of sale, real property leases, employment agreements, employee handbooks, severance agreements, independent contractor agreements, shareholder agreements, confidentiality agreements, noncompetition agreements, nonsolicitation agreements, license agreements, and construction contracts. Mr. Huddleston's practice also focuses on the general counseling for small corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, general partnerships and limited liability partnerships.
Active clients include investors and companies involved in the development, use and ownership of a diverse range of commercial properties including office buildings, retail shopping centers, manufacturing facilities, office/warehouse projects, and multi-family properties.
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Huddleston Law Offices supports the corporate diversity policy statement entitled "Diversity in the Workplace: A Statement of Principle" which provides:
“Our companies conduct business throughout the United States and around the world, and we value highly the perspectives and varied experiences which are found only in a diverse workplace. Our companies recognize that diversity makes for a broader, richer environment which produces more creative thinking and solutions. Thus, we believe that promoting diversity is essential to the success of our respective business. It is also the right thing to do."
Through it's membership and activities in the Tulsa Southside Rotary Club, Huddleston Law Offices supports Springdale Elementary, a north Tulsa public school, both financially and through personal involvement in special projects, and encourages the primarily minority student body to excel.
"I practice equal opportunity at all times without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability or age."
Brian R. Huddleston
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