Russell H. Daniels
Partner & Managing Shareholder
Russell H. Daniels joined the firm in 2005 and has been a shareholder since 2010. After graduating from the University of Tulsa School of Law, Russell Daniels was licensed to practice law in 1994. His academic career was stellar. He was an academic scholarship recipient; he served as an Editor of the Tulsa Law Journal and was awarded several American Jurisprudence Awards. This success continued after his graduation.
Mr. Daniels is licensed to practice law in Texas and Oklahoma and handles residential and commercial related litigation, contract drafting and disputes issues and employment law matters. He serves as an instructor of the Construction Contracts & Law Course for both the Home Builders Association of Greater Dallas and the Greater Fort Worth Builders Association. Plus, he teaches seminars on these subjects throughout the state. Mr. Daniels is the author of "Sex Discrimination in Employment Promotion Practices" (West 1998) a comprehensive analysis of the subject and he has been listed in Who’s Who in American Law (1996-2001).
Shareholder, Bush Rudnicki Shelton, P.C.
The American Bar Association, member
The Oklahoma Bar Association, member
The Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit
Dallas Bar Association
Admission to the Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma
U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
Board Member of the Dallas Division for the Dallas Builders Association
Board Member of the Dallas Builder’s Association
Serves on the Chairman’s Task Force for the State Fair of Texas
SEMINARS TAUGHT and ARTICLES PUBLISHED
"Sex Discrimination in Employment Promotion Practices" (West 1998)
Southern Methodist University B.A. 1989
University of Tulsa School of Law, J.D. with Honor, 1994
Completion of Construction Dispute Resolution Services Arbitration Training Course, Dispute Review Board Training Course and Advanced ADR Training Course, 2013
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