Austin S. Conner

Associate, Corporate
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4639 f 214.999.3639

Austin Conner is a corporate associate who assists oil and gas clients in a variety of corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance issues, joint operating agreements and master service agreements. He also attends to business organizational matters including limited liability company agreements, limited partnership agreements, bylaws, and officer’s certificates and resolutions. 

Austin represents banks in a wide range of financial transactions such as oil and gas reserve-based financing, real estate lending and commercial asset-based financing, including syndicated and single-bank credit facilities. He has experience with representing banks with defaulted and troubled loans, including negotiation and documentation of waiver and forbearance agreements, loan modifications, and extensions.

Prior to joining Gardere, Austin served as General Counsel for two independent oil and gas companies.

Fort Worth Magazine named Austin a "2013 Top Attorney" for Oil and Gas and, in 2014, he was named by the same publication as a top attorney in Banking.

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