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Supreme Court Stays EPA's Clean Power Plan

This is the first time the Supreme Court has ever issued a stay on regulations before an initial review by a federal appeals court.

NY Supreme Court Upholds Decision Voiding Fracking Water Sale Agreement

The decision voids a water sale agreement and a lease agreement for failing to comply with state environmental review requirements.

TransCanada Takes Two Separate Legal Actions after Keystone XL Rejection

The company has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government, and signaled its intent to petition for arbitration against the State Department under NAFTA.

Articles »

New York Bankruptcy Judge Sends Shudders Through Midstream Market

By Stephen A. Roberts

Sabine Oil and Gas Corp. wins bankruptcy court approval to enter into a new facilities agreement after the court allowed it to reject existing facilities agreements.

In-House Spotlight: Raymond A. Hafner IV of Linn Energy

By Will Taylor

An interview covering his career path, his role as an in-house attorney, and the challenges facing the industry.

An Overview of Three Major Delay Damages Issues

By Kevin Long and Eric Van Schyndle

The analysis of delay damages issues can be a minefield for the construction lawyer.

Sound Advice »

audio Using ADR to Resolve Renewable Energy Disputes

By Zela "Zee" Claiborne

Zela "Zee" Claiborne of JAMS discusses dispute resolution trends in renewable energy disputes, as well as advocacy strategies in mediating these cases, including the importance of experts and involvement of government agencies. (05:02 min)

audio Current Trends in Oil and Gas Litigation with a View Toward ADR

By Hon. Mark Whittington (Ret.)

Hon. Mark Whittington (Retired) shares his unique experience both from the bench and now as a JAMS employee, on oil and gas cases and the trend toward alternative dispute resolution versus traditional litigation. (06:27 min)

audio Advances in Technology to Help Navigate E-Discovery

By Julia Voss

Julia Voss, director of litigation support and e-discovery for Greensfelder, maps out the latest in technology to help lawyers find their way through the ever-changing landscape of e-discovery. (11:23 min)

Roundtables »

audio Rising Tide: The Litigation Wave from Low Oil Prices

A discussion of dispute trends arising from low crude oil prices. Topics include litigation trends related to royalty, lease, post-merger acquisition, construction, employment, and other types of disputes. (57:51)

audio Unconventional Oil and Gas Litigation: A Look Backwards and Forward

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)

audio The Future of Hydraulic Fracturing

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)


March 18, 2014: Free Roundtable

Topics may include litigation trends related to royalty, lease, construction, and other types of disputes. Learn more.

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