Proceedings of the Institute on Oil and Gas Law with Index Volume
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The Proceedings of the Institute on Oil and Gas Law, part of The Institute for Energy Law of The Center for American and International Law’s continuing education program, provide expert guidance on current legal issues involving the oil, gas, and energy industries. Published annually in condensed and edited form—with a separate cumulative index, table of cases, table of articles, and table of authors—the proceedings offer oil, gas, and energy practitioners practical ideas and solutions for dealing with the impact of new laws and regulations.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 – 2019 Oil and Gas Law Update, by Owen L. Anderson and Monika U. Ehrman
Chapter 2 – Ethics in the Oil Patch: Hot Button Issues in Oil & Gas Transactions and Litigation, by Geoff A. Gannaway
Chapter 3 – Using Internal Company Resources as Expert Witnesses in Oil and Gas Litigation, by J. Scott Janoe and Kimberly White
Chapter 4 – Litigation Over “Informal” Oil and Gas Deals and Agreements, by Yasser A. Madriz and Megan S. Haines
Chapter 5 – Recent Oil and Gas Royalty Cases: 2020 Update, by Daniel Donovan, Guy Lipe and Ragan Naresh
Chapter 6 – Behind the Bankruptcy Curtain: Navigating the Restructuring Process as a Debtor Counterparty, by Chad J. Husnick, Brian E. Schartz, Zachary R. Manning, Elizabeth C. Freeman and Veronica Polnick
Chapter 7 – Current Trends in Upstream M&A Transactions, by Jeffrey Muñoz, Sean McKinley and Sam Bentley
Chapter 8 – Bull or Bear? The State of Upstream Capital Markets and Finance and Trends in Restructuring Transactions, by Nick S. Dhesi, Kraig P. Grahmann and Demetra L. Liggins
Chapter 9 – Collaborating Within the Industry and Beyond on Shared Legal Challenges: Successful Partnerships in Support of Reform and in Defense of the Rule of Law, by Elbert Lin & Trevor S. Cox
Chapter 10 – The Impact of U.S. Economic Sanctions Laws on the Energy Sector, by Greta Lichtenbaum
Chapter 11 – Balancing National Security with Open Investment Policies: The Newly Expanded Powers of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States and Its Impact on Oil and Gas Transactions, by Christine E. Savage and Jennifer Stockel
Chapter 12 – Recent E&P Developments in Brazil and Mexico—Can They Compete with U.S. Shale?, by Vera De Brito de Gyarfas, Diana Pineda Esteban and Leandro Duarte
Chapter 13 – Ethical Minefields for In-House Counsel: Privilege, Conflicts and Internal Investigations, by Alison R. Bost and Liz LeVan Riley
Chapter 14 – To Drill or Not to Drill: Does a Lessee Truly Have to Drill a Well to Satisfy the Habendum Clause of an Oil and Gas Lease?, by Jacob Dow