Matt Cavenaugh and Jennifer Wertz Discuss Midstream Contracts and Retail Bankruptcies During Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference

November 5, 2020 | Speaking Engagements

During the 39th Annual Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference, Jackson Walker partners Matthew D. Cavenaugh and Jennifer F. Wertz joined discussions on retail bankruptcies amid the COVID-19 pandemic and midstream contracts.

Shopping for Solutions During a Pandemic: Retail Bankruptcies in the COVID-19 Era

Jennifer Wertz and Ian T. Peck (Haynes and Boone) discuss how retailers are using Chapter 11 to address the extreme challenges posed by the worldwide health crisis.

The Midstream Contract World Defined in Four Parts

Matt Cavenaugh, Camisha L. Simmons (Simmons Legal), and Patricia Baron Tomasco (Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan) explore the midstream contract world in four parts:

    1. the federal regulatory landscape;
    2. the difference between pipelines and gathering systems;
    3. state oil and gas, and real property law (covenant running with the land, pipeline common carrier issues); and
    4. the economics of different basins (constrained takeaway capacity or taking sand to the beach).

For more information about the upcoming webcast, visit the UT Law CLE conference page.

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