Fred joined the Firm in 2008. His practice areas include real property law, real estate and oil and gas title work, including title insurance defense, title curative and quiet title work, commercial and transactional law, sports and entertainment law, telecommunications property and leasing, estate planning, and probate. Fred has received an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.
He has been admitted to practice in the Oklahoma Supreme Court and all Oklahoma District Courts, as well as the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Northern and Western Districts of Oklahoma, the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the Oklahoma County Bar Association, the Oklahoma Bar Association, the OBA Real Property Law Section (Board of Directors, Chairman, 2000), the Oklahoma Title Examination Standards Committee of the OBA (since 1994), the Oklahoma City Real Property Lawyers Association (Board of Directors; President, 2006), and the Oklahoma City Mineral Lawyers Society (since 1986). Among Fred’s reported cases are: Campbell v Butler; Oklahoma Supreme Court Cases; Public Domain Citation: 1988 OK 75; West Reporter Citation: 770 P .2d 7 and Benton v. Ted Parks, LLC; Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals Cases; Public Domain Citation: 2011 OK CIV APP 7; West Reporter Citation: 247 P .3d 299; Issued: 12/02/2010; Mandate: 01/24/2011; OK CIV APP; Judge Wiseman. He has been a frequent lecturer on real property law topics and authored “H.B. 2783 – Changes for the Title Examiner and Questions About Marketable Title,” 66 Oklahoma Bar Journal 1751 (May 27, 1995) and “A New Approach to Affidavits of Death and Termination of Joint Tenancies,” 75 Oklahoma Bar Journal 1377 (May 14, 2004).
He is a shareholder, member of the Board of Directors, and serves as the Andrews Davis, P.C. Representative to the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. He is active in the Oklahoma City Men’s Dinner Club and is an active member of Christ the King Catholic Church.
Raised in Oklahoma City, Fred graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1973 with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. He received his Juris Doctorate degree in 1976 from Oklahoma City University School of Law.
Fred and his wife, Kathy, have three adult children.