Reagan Marble to Present at The Eugene Kuntz Conference on Natural Resources Law and Policy

October 30, 2020 | Attorney News



During The Eugene Kuntz Conference on Natural Resources Law and Policy, Jackson Walker attorney Reagan Marble will present “A Legal and Ethical Checklist For Mineral Buyers, Lease Brokers, and Their Lawyers” at 11:15 a.m. on October 30, 2020.

Presented by The University of Oklahoma College of Law and the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Energy and Natural Resources Law Section, the Kuntz Conference is designed for mineral law attorneys and petroleum landmen who are interested in law and policy in the oil and gas industry. For more information about the conference, visit the OU Law CLE conference page.

Meet Reagan

Reagan M. Marble focuses on complex energy litigation and transactions throughout Texas and New Mexico. In his energy litigation practice, Reagan regularly represents oil and gas operators, mineral and royalty buyers, high‐net‐worth family trusts and partnerships, and renewable energy developers in their litigation matters throughout South and West Texas. Reagan’s extensive experience in the field ranges from achieving summary dismissal of multimillion-dollar title disputes in the Eagle Ford Shale and Permian Basin to favorably resolving renewable energy contract disputes along the Gulf Coast.

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Reagan M. Marble
Associate, San Antonio

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