TAPL Dinner Meeting

Understanding Area of Mutual Interest and Preferential Rights Provisions in Joint Operating Agreements

Speaker Gerald F. Slattery, Jr.
Legal Counsel Schully, Roberts, Slattery & Marino   Curriculum Vitae     Gerald F. Slattery, Jr. Schully, Roberts, Slattery & Marino 1100 Poydras Street, Suite 1800 New Orleans, Louisiana 70163-1800 Telephone: 504.585.7800 E-mail: gslattery@schullyroberts.com   Professional History   1991-present: shareholder in Schully, Roberts, Slattery & Marino   1988-90:          partner in Jackson & Walker and ...

Legal Counsel
Schully, Roberts, Slattery & Marino

 


Curriculum Vitae


 


 


Gerald F. Slattery, Jr.


Schully, Roberts, Slattery & Marino


1100 Poydras Street, Suite 1800


New Orleans, Louisiana 70163-1800


Telephone: 504.585.7800


E-mail: gslattery@schullyroberts.com


 


Professional History


 


1991-present: shareholder in Schully, Roberts, Slattery & Marino


 


1988-90:          partner in Jackson & Walker and predecessor firms


 


1981-88:          associate (1981-84) and partner (1984-88) in Gordon, Arata, McCollam & Stuart


 


1978-81:          associate in Jones, Walker, Waechter, Poitevent, Carrère & Denègre, and in Singer, Hutner, Levine, Seeman & Stuart (merged into Gordon, Arata, McCollam & Stuart)


 


Professional Experience


 


                        More than twenty-five years’ experience in business litigation in New Orleans, with emphasis on oil and gas, banking and financial institutions, and bankruptcy. Experienced in all aspects of oil and gas litigation, including take-or-pay, royalty disputes, joint operating agreements, exploration and farmout agreements, drilling contracts, insurance coverage disputes, well blowouts, surface restoration and property damage, pollution and casualty matters, trespass, and mineral lease issues. 


 


                        Mineral royalty and related litigation experience includes: representation of nonoperating working interest owners in dispute regarding sharing of proceeds of operators’ settlement of take-or-pay contract dispute with gas purchaser; representation of producer as one of twelve defendants in landowners’ putative class action alleging underpayment of royalties in connection with producers’ settlements of take-or-pay contract disputes with gas purchasers; and representation of producer in litigation filed by State political subdivisions alleging underpayment of gas royalties.


 


Also experienced in all litigation aspects of creditors’ representation in financial transactions, including commercial loan foreclosures, defense of lender liability counterclaims, mineral mortgages, Louisiana Oil Well Lien Act and bankruptcy issues.


 


 


 


Professional Experience (cont’d)


 


                        Has argued cases before courts at all levels of the federal judicial system, including the United States Supreme Court, and at all levels of the state judicial system, including the Louisiana Supreme Court.


 


Education


                        Louisiana State University: B.S. 1973          


                                    - Omicron Delta Kappa


                                   


                        Tulane University School of Law: J.D. 1978


                                    - Senior Fellow, 1977-78


                                    - Member, 1976-78, and Managing Editor, 1977-78,


                                       Tulane Law Review


 


Selected Publications


 


                        Alternative Dispute Resolution: How to Stay Out of Court, Landman (Journal of American Association of Petroleum Landmen), March-April 1993


 


                        Battleground Louisiana: Site Restoration Obligations, Texas Bar Association Mineral Law Section Seminar, October 2005


 


                        Corbello, Castex and Consequences: Site Restoration Obligations in Louisiana, North Houston Association of Petroleum Landmen, March 2006


 


                        Professionalism, Louisiana Mineral Law Institute Seminar, April 2006


 


                        Understanding Area of Mutual Interest and Preferential Rights Provisions in Joint Operating Agreements, Gulf Coast Institute (New Orleans), October 2007


 


                        Act 312 and More: Recent Developments in Louisiana, Petroleum Landmen’s Association of New Orleans Executive Night Seminar, February 2008


           


Full Description
Organizer Jane Meyer

When?

Mon, Nov. 10, 2008
5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Where?

Petroleum Club
601 S Boulder Ave
Tulsa, OK 74119