Renee DeMoss


Renée DeMoss has over 26 years of legal experience. Her clients consist primarily of national insurance companies and large and small businesses. Her practice includes insurance litigation and ERISA matters as well as general commercial litigation.

Renée graduated summa cum laude from Oklahoma City University with her bachelor of arts degree in History/Political Science. She graduated with honors from the University of Oklahoma School of Law in 1984, as a member of Order of the Coif, Oklahoma Law Review and Order of the Barristers.

Since Renée’s admission to the Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA) in 1984, she has won many honors including being named as an Oklahoma Super Lawyer in Litigation, receiving the 2006 OBA Mona Salyer Lambird Spotlight Award, honoring women who have distinguished themselves in the legal profession, and receiving the 2008 OBA Alma Wilson award, honoring a bar member who has made a significant contribution in improving the lives of Oklahoma children.

Renée’s recent experience includes:

Representation of major insurance companies in ERISA and other insurance litigation matters in all Oklahoma Federal Courts and in Oklahoma State Courts.
Representation as counsel for the Tulsa Parking Authority.
Representation of various commercial businesses in breach of contract matters.
Renée is a member of the American Bar Association, Oklahoma Bar Association, Oklahoma Bar Foundation, Tulsa County Bar Association, and Defense Research Institute. Renée is currently on the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Attorneys Mutual Insurance Company and the National Bar Foundation. She is Chair of the Oklahoma Bar Association Litigation Section, and Chair of the Oklahoma Bar Association Women-in-Law Committee. Renée is a Past President of the Oklahoma Bar Foundation, the Tulsa County Bar Association and the Tulsa County Bar Foundation. She has also been very involved in a variety of community organizations, including serving on the Board of Directors of Operation Aware, and participation in Leadership Tulsa Class XVII, Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Green County, United Way, and providing pro bono work for The Nature Conservancy.