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The Road Ahead: Oil & Gas Law Issues in Times of Industry Economic Uncertainty

ACC Houston Energy Practice Group CLE

noon-1 p.m. CDT

Gardere will be hosting the Association of Corporate Counsel Houston Energy Practice Group CLE program on May 20. Firm Partners Scott D. Ellis, John P. Melko and Rachel Powitzky Steely will present, “The Road Ahead: Oil & Gas Law Issues in Times of Industry Economic Uncertainty,” where they will discuss the rising threat of pay lawsuits in the oil patch, oil and gas metrics, and tips to effectively use mineral liens to protect companies in the volatile energy market. Depressed oil prices have fielded increased litigation, and this presentation will help prepare companies to prosecute and defend their rights.

The ACC is a global bar association that promotes the common professional and business interests of in-house counsel who work for corporations, associations and other private-sector organizations through information, education, networking opportunities and advocacy initiatives. 

CLE credit will be provided. For additional information and to register for this event, click here.

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