The state has announced that it is allowing companies to seek permits to drill beneath the Ohio River as a move to increase state revenue.
A 184-page report issued by New York's Department of Health cites significant uncertainties with respect to adverse health issues and doubtful economic benefits in support of the ban.
After over a year of fighting, BP has suffered a significant blow.
By Michael P. Emmert
Royalty, leasehold, and land-rights disputes continue to develop across a wide range of issues.
By Stephanie Burt
The exact contours of what constitutes operations and what an implied covenant to develop looks like in Ohio are not clear.
By Basheer Ghorayeb
From the courtroom to the boardroom.
Adam Severson, chief marketing and business development officer at Baker Donelson, highlights the value of a DIRP analysis to help develop business contacts. (04:52 min)
Resource extraction for transitional fuels such as natural gas is controversial. Fracking expert Erica Levine-Powers discusses the process and its many ramifications. (8:54 min)
Longtime litigator George Lugrin discusses control of well policies—also known as "blow out" insurance—and traces the history of this specialty line of insurance and how it applies today. (17:41 min)
A summary of historical litigation trends and discussing future litigation trends. Topics include trends related to royalty, lease, construction, and other types of disputes. (1:04:07)
A unique group of lawyers and non-lawyers provides a fact-based peek into the future, including presentations and an interactive discussion among the panelists. (1:01:42)
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