OSU to host Second Annual Ohio Oil and Gas Law Symposium

The second Ohio Oil and Gas Law Symposium will take place on Friday, May 25 at Longaberger Golf Club in Nashport, Ohio.  The day long program, hosted by OSU Extension’s Agricultural & Resource Law Program, aims at enhancing legal education for attorneys–particularly attorneys working with landowners.  The agenda addresses current legal issues in shale energy development and consists of:

  • Preemption of Authority over Oil and Gas Development

    John K. Keller; Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, Columbus

  • Water Law Considerations for Oil and Gas Development

    Brian P. Barger; Brady, Coyle and Schmidt, Ltd., Toledo

  • Accommodation of Split Estates

    William J. Taylor; Kincaid, Taylor and Geyer, Zanesville

    Alan Wenger; Harrington, Hoppe and Mitchell, Ltd., Youngstown

  • Negotiating Pipeline Easements and Managing the Threat of Eminent Domain

    Craig Vandervoort, Sitterley and Vandervoort Ltd , Lancaster

    Steven A. Davis; Crabbe, Brown and James LLP, Lancaster

  • Recent Changes in Oil and Gas Leases and Leasing

    Richard Emens; Emens and Wolper Law Firm, Columbus

  • The Current State of Ohio Injection Well Regulation

    Tom Tomastik, Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources

  • Panel Discussion:  Emerging Issues in Ohio Oil and Gas Law

    Eric Johnson; Johnson and Johnson Law Firm, Canfield

    Matt Warnock; Bricker and Eckler LLP, Columbus

    Jonathan Airey; Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, Columbus

To register and learn more about the Symposium, visit http://regonline.com/OilandGasLaw2012.




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