J.  "Pat" Patrick Mensching

Partner
Tulsa, Oklahoma
D: 918.591.5240
F: 918.925-5240
Williams Center Tower II
Two West Second Street, Suite 700
Tulsa, OK 74103-3117
J.  Patrick Mensching

Pat Mensching represents regional and local businesses in a variety of litigation areas. Those areas include bankruptcy, construction, commercial collections, contracts, fiduciary relationships and mortgage foreclosure. He is the quintessential “rubber meets the road” litigator.

Pat believes his clients are best served if he maintains constructive relationships with the Judiciary and fellow members of the Bar. Toward that end, he has been an active member of the Hudson Hall Wheaton Chapter of the American Inns of Court since 2007. He has also served as a Special Judge of the Oklahoma Court of Appeals Temporary Division.

Representative Experience

  • Representation of Judgment Creditor seeking to declare numerous entities to be alter egos of a Judgment Debtor. A Judgment was obtained to that effect and full recovery followed. 
  • Representation of Judgment Debtor before the Supreme Court of Oklahoma in a matter of first impression regarding judicial powers over such individuals. A Writ of Prohibition was obtained in the Judgment Debtor’s favor.
  • Representation of Bank’s interests in a matter involving a parent’s fraudulent transfers of assets to his adult children in an effort to avoid a substantial debt owed to the Bank. That representation resulted in a settlement between the parties pursuant to which the Bank’s debt was paid in full.
  • Representation of aggrieved heir in a hotly contested probate matter. The Personal Representative refused to distribute estate assets and was using them for her own benefit. The Personal Representative was enjoined from continuing that practice and ordered to close the Estate. She also suffered a loss of her proportionate share of the Estate as a sanction for her conduct.
  • As one of several attorneys, representation of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services in a class action initiated by a charitable organization regarding the treatment of children in foster care. The case was litigated intensely by all interested parties and resulted in a settlement believed to be in the best interests of the several thousand children affected thereby.  

Professional, Community and Pro Bono Involvement

  • Knights of Columbus, Member 2007 to present
  • Northeast Oklahoma Soccer Association, Complex Management Board 2008 to present

Education

  • University of Tulsa College of Law, 1982
  • B.A., Political Science, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1979

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Oklahoma, 1982
  • New York, 1984, Inactive
  • Supreme Court Oklahoma, 1982
  • Northern, Western and Eastern Districts of Oklahoma, 1982
  • United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit, 1984
  • Cherokee Nation Supreme Court, 2016

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Casey Lee
918.591.5332
clee@dsda.com

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Rebecca represents clients primarily in labor and employment litigation and counsels clients regarding everyday employment matters. 

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