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J. Herbert Davis

Member, Evansville

A Member of Stoll Keenon Ogden’s Evansville office, Herb has 27 years of experience as an attorney that spans a wide range of specialty areas, from Construction Law to Real Estate and Government. Herb has a reputation among colleagues and clients as a go-to resource for handling difficult negotiations, whether it’s a contract, lease or settlement negotiations.

Construction Law: Herb partners with business owners, general contractors, subcontractors, engineers and architects, performing work that includes drafting and negotiating contracts and service agreements. When disputes arise, Herb represents clients before courts and arbitrators, and assists them in securing mechanic’s liens.

Mineral & Environmental Law: Herb focuses on the oil, gas and coal industries, completing transactional work related to leases and contracts. He helps clients faced with disputes resolve issues through mediation, and represents clients in the courtroom when needed.

Real Estate and Government Services: Local government entities rely on Herb to assist with economic development projects. He also counsels business clients on matters related to commercial leasing.

 

Education
Indiana University Maurer School of Law
1991, J.D., cum laude
Indiana University
1988, B.A., Phi Beta Kappa
Admissions
Indiana

Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • Evansville Bar Association
  • Indiana State Bar Association; Construction Law Section
  • Construction Financial Management Association, board member
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Publications Seminars
AIA Contract Documents, Aug. 25, 2017
Waiver of Subrogation, Aug. 25, 2017
Construction Law, Bamberger Law School for Clients, 2014
Construction Contracting, Tri-State Women in Construction Seminar, 2013
Leasing Considerations, Farm Bureau Oil and Gas Seminar, 2013
Construction Contracting, Bamberger Construction Team Seminar, 2012
Construction Contracting Tips, Construction Financial Management Association Seminar, 2012
Leasing Considerations, Oil and Gas Seminar, 2012