Speaking Engagements

Regional Updates: Americas

5th Annual IEL-SEERIL International Oil and Gas Law Conference
06.04.15

11:20 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CDT

Partner David M. Bates, co-chair of the Environmental Team, will be participating on the “Regional Updates: Americas” panel at the 5th Annual IEL-SEERIL International Oil and Gas Law Conference in Aldwych, England. This year’s conference will focus on regional updates from around the world, frontier shale opportunities, mature basin legal challenges and mastering parallel litigation, arbitration, and regulatory and criminal proceedings.

Since 2008, the conference has attracted attorneys from the United States, Northwest Europe and Africa, and focuses on relevant legal topics of concern to oil and gas lawyers from around the globe.

The conference will be held at The Waldorf Hilton Hotel. For additional information, click here.

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