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  • 04.01.11Louisiana Act 312 Case Update, The Energy Law Advisor
  • Louisiana Act 312 Case Update, The Energy Law Advisor(04.01.11)
  • 02.01.10Municipal Regulation of Urban Drilling: How Far Is Too Far?, Institute for Energy Law, 61st Annual Oil and Gas Law Conference
  • Municipal Regulation of Urban Drilling: How Far Is Too Far?, Institute for Energy Law, 61st Annual Oil and Gas Law Conference(02.01.10)
  • 01.01.09A Primer on Oil and Gas Law in the Marcellus Shale States, 4 Texas Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Law 155 (2009), co-authored with George Biblikos
  • A Primer on Oil and Gas Law in the Marcellus Shale States, 4 Texas Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Law 155 (2009), co-authored with George Biblikos(01.01.09)
  • 03.01.08Co-author, Protecting Reserve Estimates and Future Revenue Projections from Discovery, Institute for Energy Law of the Center for American and International Law
  • Co-author, Protecting Reserve Estimates and Future Revenue Projections from Discovery, Institute for Energy Law of the Center for American and International Law(03.01.08)
  • 06.13.07PIPES Act Presents Changes For Energy Providers, Energy Law 360
  • PIPES Act Presents Changes For Energy Providers, Energy Law 360(06.13.07)

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