Scott V. Morgan is a native Oklahoman. Born in Tulsa, he spent his formative years in northeastern Oklahoma working in the oilfields surrounding Lenapah, Oklahoma. Mr. Morgan attended Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas on a football scholarship, lettering each year and serving as a team captain his last two seasons. At Southwestern, Mr. Morgan minored in Political Science with an emphasis on Middle Eastern studies and received a Bachelor of Science in Health in 2007.
After college, Mr. Morgan attended the University of Tulsa College of Law. At Tulsa Law, he was the Executive Editor of the Energy Law Journal and President of the Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law Society. Mr. Morgan receieved the Chesapeake Energy Law Scholarship. During law school, he took a course load concentrating on energy and natural resources law to obtain Tulsa Law’s Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law certification upon graduating in 2010. Mr. Morgan also worked as a land man for independent oil and gas producers throughout Oklahoma while attending Tulsa Law.
Following law school, Mr. Morgan began working at a boutique oil and gas law firm in Tulsa before joining Moyers Martin, LLP in May, 2011. He has been a partner at Moyers Martin since March, 2014. Mr. Morgan’s client list includes clients across several sectors of the oil and gas industry, from interest owners to pipeline companies, gas purchasers, domestic and international E&P companies, oilfield service companies, and seismic surveyors.
With this client group, Mr. Morgan’s practice is primarily focused on oil and gas related matters, where he represents corporate clients in litigation, transactions, acquisitions and divestitures, condemnation proceedings, and by providing general corporate counsel. He is an experienced trial attorney, regularly sitting as the first chair attorney in jury and non-jury trials and all forms of alternative dispute resolution. In addition, his work as an appellate advocate has resulted in published opinions expanding Oklahoma’s body of oil and gas law.
Mr. Morgan has also represented corporate energy clients in multi-million dollar stock purchase transactions, coordinating due diligence review for purchasers and audits, certifications, and document drafting for sellers.
Beyond his oil and gas practice, Mr. Morgan represents Moyers Martin’s construction industry clients in litigation, advises and assists in drafting and negotiating owner agreements, contractor/subcontractor agreements, licensing agreements, and by providing general corporate counsel.
Mr. Morgan donates his time by serving on the University of Tulsa College of Law Alumni Board of Directors and the Tulsa County Bar Association Energy and Mineral Law Section Board of Directors, the latter of which he is the immediate past-president. Mr. Morgan has written articles and presented to energy and construction industry professionals on several occasions. Recently he has written or presented on topics such as:
- What Happens to Your Client’s Joint Operating Agreement in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Article Co-Author, April, 2016 (Tulsa Lawyer Magazine)
- Oilfield M&A Overview, Presentation, May 18, 2016 (Tulsa County Bar Association Energy and Mineral Law Section)
- Owner/General Contractor Conflict Resolution, Presentation, February 23, 2016 (Associated General Contractors of America, Tulsa Chapter)
Mr. Morgan currently serves in the Oklahoma Army National Guard as an 09S (Officer Candidate). He enjoys spending time with his two sons, Jack and Luke, outdoors.
- Oil and Gas Litigation
- Construction Litigation
- Oil and Gas Title Examination
- Oil and Gas Transactions
- Construction Agreements
- General Civil Litigation
- General Business Transactions
- B.S., Health, Southwestern College
Minor, Political Science
- J.D., University of Tulsa College of Law
- Oklahoma Bar Association
- Tulsa County Bar Association
Leadership and Volunteer Activities
- Oklahoma Army National Guard, SPC (E-4), 09S (Officer Candidate), Co A 1/279 Infantry
- Member of Associated General Contractors of America (AGC Oklahoma)
- Past Chairman of the Tulsa County Bar Association Energy and Mineral Law Section
- Tulsa County Delegate (Alternate) to O27/Apr/2017 16:56klahoma Bar Association
- Member of Tulsa County Bar Association Litigation Section
- 2014 graduate, Oklahoma Bar Association Leadership Academy
- Super Lawyer – 2017 Oklahoma Rising Stars