Travis Jett’s practice ranges from representing clients in appellate matters to conducting internal investigations. With a focus on both civil and criminal litigation, he has appeared before various administrative agencies and has expertise in election and campaign finance law.
Travis is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., where he served as editor-in-chief of the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy. He worked as a law clerk for the Senate Judiciary Committee during his third year of law school. Travis received his undergraduate degree from Oklahoma State University (OSU) in Agribusiness and served as the National FFA President. While at OSU, he was named Outstanding Senior and was in the Blue Key Honor/Service Fraternity.
Travis has been named a Super Lawyer Rising Star in Business Litigation in 2015 and 2016. He was also recognized by iON OK “30 Under 30 Next Gen” in 2013.
Travis’ recent experience includes:
- Tulsa Stockyards, Inc. v. Clark, 2014 OK 14, ___ P.3d ____ (successfully defending the constitutionality of the CompSource Mutual Insurance Company Act).
- Coates v. Fallin, 2013 OK 108, 316 P.3d 924 (successfully defending a Single-Subject Rule challenge to the Administrative Workers’ Compensation Act).
- Represented numerous white-collar defendants in settlements with federal and state prosecutors.
- Represented multiple targets of grand jury investigations.
- Hamburger v. Custer County Election Board, No. 110752 (Okla. Sup. Ct. 2012) (successfully defending a residency challenge for a candidate for public office).
- Arthrell v. Cantrell, No. 110590 (Okla. Sup. Ct. 2012) (successfully represented a state representative in an election dispute).
- In re Roberts, CV-2012-1357 (Cleveland Co. Okla. 2012) (representing the prevailing party in an election recount).
- McBride v. Beu, No. 2012-04 (Okla. State Election Bd. 2012) (successfully challenged residence of a candidate for state representatives).
- Served as counsel to a state question in the 2016 election cycle
- Formed political action committees
- Represented multiple parties before state agencies including the Oklahoma Tax Commission and the Oklahoma Board of Pharmacy