Bart S. Wilhoit

Bart Wilhoit is an experienced trial attorney with years of practice successfully representing businesses in civil and commercial disputes, state and local tax controversies, eminent domain litigation, tort and commercial litigation and administrative matters. Bart has successfully represented clients in all Arizona state courts including the Superior Courts, Arizona Tax Court and appellate courts.

Bart is licensed to practice in Arizona and Nevada. He is experienced in all phases of litigation, including investigation and evaluation of cases, complex discovery, settlement and alternative dispute resolution, jury and bench trials, arbitrations and appeals. Bart has broad litigation and trial experience in complex commercial litigation matters with an emphasis on valuation related litigation in commercial disputes, contract disputes, state and local tax controversies and all stages of the eminent domain/condemnation process.

Bart takes a pragmatic approach to his clients’ matters – considering and evaluating options and potential outcomes from the onset to effectively and efficiently counsel his clients. He is dedicated to providing quality personal and client service, efficient and aggressive representation and dedicated to strong client relationships.

Bart is a graduate of Arizona State University and the UCLA School of Law.  A native of Arizona, Bart is married with three children and enjoys all of the outdoor experiences Arizona has to offer. He also enjoys travel and playing music in his band.

Professional and Community Activities

Member, State Bar of Arizona
Member, Maricopa County Bar Association
Member, State Bar of Nevada
Member, American Bar Association


Arizona, 1999
Nevada, 2001
U.S. District Court (Arizona)
U.S. Court of Appeals (9th Circuit)

Education and Honors

J.D., Order of the Coif, UCLA School of Law, 1999
B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, English, Arizona State University, 1996
Editor, UCLA Law Review, 1999
Author: Spoliation of Evidence: The Viability of Four Emerging Torts, 46 UCLA L. Rev. 631 (1998)


Phone: (480) 615-7506