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Selected Drafting Issues In Midstream Contracts

I will share a small secret – or perhaps, it is not a secret at all. As CLE presentations go, “drafting tip” presentations tend to be very practical in their orientation and are, therefore, more enjoyable and less stressful...more

Is Your ORRI What You Think It Is?

Bankruptcy Court reinforces importance of parties’ intent in determining the nature of overriding royalty interests under state law. On April 2, 2015, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware...more

Third Circuit refuses to permit Debtor Lessor to Reject an Oil and Gas Lease

The Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit confirmed that the Pennsylvania Landlord and Tenant Act is inapplicable to an agreement by a landowner authorizing the “lessee” to extract oil and gas lying beneath the property's...more

Client Alert: Oil & Gas Bankruptcies on the Horizon: Beware of Statutory Liens

The recent drop in crude oil prices has been a boon to consumers and businesses alike. However, sustained lower crude prices will invariably have a negative impact on drilling activity in those states where oil and gas...more

Perspectives on Real Estate - Fall 2012

In This Issue: - Energy Consumption Data Reporting in California – AB 1103 and 531 - Real Estate and Construction Risk Management: Tips to Ensure Your Status as an Additional Insured - Attention: New Foreign Tax...more

Beware: "Broken" Subdivision Pitfalls Will Linger for Years to Come: Top Ten Questions You Need to Ask

We now see signs of hope on the horizon for the battered real estate market. But recovery typically happens in stages and there is no reason that this recovery will differ in that regard. At the initial stages of a recovery,...more

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