The Ethics of Oil and Gas Lease Negotiation - Webinar
BRIEF OVERVIEW: Do attorneys and landmen have a duty of good faith and fair dealing in negotiating oil and gas leases? What must be offered before commencing a compulsory pooling action? Is it ethical to sell produced hydrocarbons in non-arms-length transactions? These questions and many others will be considered to guide oil and gas professionals and landmen on how to ethically negotiate a lease and prevent any disputes down the road, with references to the ABA Model Rules and the AAPL Code of Ethics and Standards or Practice.
This 60-minute ethics presentation and question and answer session will be given by Professor John S. Dzienkowski, the John F. Sutton, Jr. Chair in Lawyering and the Legal Process and a Professor of Law at the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas.
REGISTRATION PRICING: $50 for RMMLF and AAPL members and employees of government agencies and non-profits. $75 for others. 1 ethics credit hour will be applied for with AAPL, Colorado, and Texas. You may be able to self-report in other states.
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