Attorney Spencer C. Pittman serves on the litigation team at Winters & King, Inc. Prior to joining Winters & King, Inc., Attorney Pittman began his career representing national insurance companies across the country, particularly for residential and commercial insurance lines. Through this prior experience defending individuals and corporations, Attorney Pittman now utilizes those same aggressive trial tactics and litigation abilities to defend churches and non-profit organizations across the country.
Attorney Pittman is a native-Tulsan. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma and attended the University of Tulsa College of Law for his law degree. He enjoys public speaking and presenting seminars. He also enjoys writing for the Oklahoma Bar Journal where he has been published on a variety of topics. Attorney Pittman and his wife, Julie, are active in their Bixby church and the Tulsa community.
Outside his legal practice, Attorney Pittman is highly engaged in the local community and received accommodation during both undergraduate and legal studies for his community service. He has been awarded the Presidential Volunteer Service Award, the highest federally recognized community service achievement attainable, for his community service and outreach in a local rehabilitative court program. Attorney Pittman also serves on the Board of Directors for Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma (CRSOK) as Vice-Chairman of the Board. CRSOK is a mental and behavioral health non-profit organization that provides out-patient substance abuse and mental health services to Oklahomans across the state.
Areas of Practice:
- Business law
- Business transactions
- Nonprofit organizations
- For-profit organizations
- Personal injury
- State of Oklahoma
- Northern District of Oklahoma
- Western District of Oklahoma
- Eastern District of Oklahoma
- J.D., University of Tulsa College of Law
- B.A., University of Oklahoma
- Oklahoma Bar Association
- American Inns of Court (Hudson-Hall- Wheaton Chapter) Oklahoma Academy for State-Goals