The Norman Wohlgemuth law firm began more than 40 years ago, when founders Charles E. Norman and Joel L. Wohlgemuth tackled high stakes matters for some of the most recognized names and businesses in Oklahoma. Jay Chandler joined the firm as a young lawyer in 1982 and his acumen in business transactions rounded out the services Norman Wohlgemuth offered.
Today, Wohlgemuth along with Chandler (now of counsel) and shareholders Jo Lynn Jeter, Adrienne Barnett, Ryan Ray, David Ross and Chad Kutmas continue to build the firm’s reputation as aggressive litigators. They take on the toughest cases, with fierce focus on attaining the best outcome possible for their clients. Each shareholder’s practice has a slightly different focus, which allows Norman Wohlgemuth to offer its clients a broad range of expertise and a deep collection of practitioners from which to brainstorm creative strategies and solutions.
The client roster remains as diverse as the areas of practice. Clients include some of the largest construction, energy, financial, healthcare and technology-services firms in the country, as well as individuals and small businesses. Norman Wohlgemuth takes great pride in its reputation for tackling and resolving unprecedented legal situations for many of its clients, and often other lawyers in the community turn to Norman Wohlgemuth for assistance and representation in such matters.
No matter what substantive area of law is involved in a client’s case, all clients should expect to receive services in line with the core values of Norman Wohlgemuth – commitment, service, and excellence. Unique to Norman Wohlgemuth is the fact that most of its attorneys are proud to have practiced exclusively with the firm throughout their careers. The firm’s dedication to advocacy, responsiveness, and results is therefore deeply embedded in each attorney’s relationship with every client. The associates, law clerks, and staff whose hard work support the firm’s clients are similarly dedicated to the firm’s culture of client-centered service.