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REGISTRATION
13TH ANNUAL ENERGY LITIGATION CONFERENCE
Institute for Energy Law
The Center for American and International Law
5201 Democracy Drive
Plano, TX USA 75024
13th Annual Energy Litigation Conference
November 6, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel • Houston, Texas
ONLINE
credit card only
www.cailaw.org
FAX
credit card only
972.244.3401
Check applicable box:
Received by 10/24/14
Received after 10/24/14
Regular registration fee
IEL Advisory Board Member
IEL Supporting or Sustaining
Member Employee
CAIL Member or
Member Employee
ABA-SEER Member
ABA-SOL-ELC Member
Government Employee
Students/Full-Time Professors
Materials Only (not attending)
 $435
 $345
 $345
 $495
 $395
 $395
MAIL
check or credit card
The Center for American
and International Law
5201 Democracy Drive
Plano, TX USA 75024
 $345
 $395
 $345
 $345
 $345
 $125
 $215
 $395
 $395
 $395
 $175
 $215
 Add $200 if you would like to receive the full course materials in printed
binder at the conference (in addition to USB and online).* (*If not checked,
limited handouts -- PowerPoint presentations & rosters -- will be distributed)
Name _______________________________________________________
Badge Name (if different than above) _______________________________
Firm/Company/Organization ______________________________________
Address _____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
City, State, Postal Code, Country___________________________________
Phone_________________________ Fax __________________________
Email _______________________________________________________
PAYMENT INFORMATION
 Check enclosed payable to: The Center for American and International Law
Mastercard
Visa
AMEX
Discover
Card number ______________________________ Exp date ___________
Name on card _________________________________________________
Billing address (if different than above address) _______________________
____________________________________________________________
Signature ____________________________________________________
Nonprofit
Organization
U. S. Postage PAID
Permit No. 3778
Dallas, Texas
4 WAYS TO REGISTER
Registration includes the Conference, course materials on USB and online,
and all meals.
Credit Card:
Co-sponsored by
Presented by
PLEASE NOTE: The Center for American and International Law utilizes
outside mailing lists. If you receive a duplicate of this announcement,
please pass it along to an interested colleague
13th Annual Energy Litigation Conference
PHONE
credit card only
972.244.3404 or 800.409.1090
8:30am-5:00pm CT
PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION
IEL is an Institute of
GENERAL INFORMATION
CANCELLATION POLICY: Tuition, less a $50
cancellation fee will be refunded upon receipt
of written cancellation received by October 24,
2014. E-mail cancellation notice to [email protected]
org. After this date, no refunds, but substitution
of attendees for this program will be permitted.
Registrants not entitled to a refund will receive the
course materials.
HOUSING: The cost of housing is not included in
tuition. However, rooms (in limited number) have
been reserved at the JW Marriott Hotel, 5150
Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77056. Registrants
should call 1.800.228.9290 and advise that they
are attending the “Energy Litigation Conference”
to receive a reduced room rate of $209 +
occupancy tax. Reservations may also be made at
cailaw.org/iel. The last day to obtain this special
rate is October 22, 2014.
NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY: The Center
for American and International Law does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex,
religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran
status or any other protected status in educational
activities, scholarship programs or admissions.
PRESS POLICY: All IEL conferences are held under
the Chatham House Rule. Participants, including
journalists, are free to use any information
received, but comments may not be attributed to
any speaker identified by name or affiliation.
MCLE CREDIT: This program is approved by the
State Bar of Texas for 6 hours, including 1 hour
of ethics. Course ID Number: 901300706. Credit
hours for other states will vary and are subject to
each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.
IEL as registrar for this conference will directly
apply for course accreditation in the following
states: CA, MN, NM, OH, OK, PA, TX and VA. Some
of these states may not approve a program for
credit hours before the program occurs. Attorneys
may be eligible to receive CLE credit through
reciprocity or attorney self-submission in other
states. IEL conferences are typically accredited by
all mandatory CLE states.
13th Annual Energy
Litigation Conference
November 6, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel
Houston, Texas
Register Now! cailaw.org/iel
MCLE credit will be available
13th Annual Energy
Litigation Conference
November 6, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel • Houston, Texas
Lifetime Achievement in
Energy Litigation Award
Patton G. Lochridge
McGinnis Lochridge & Kilgore LLP
Austin, Texas
IEL is an Institute of
Highlights
•
•
•
•
•
Judicial Panel
General Counsel Panel
Injection Wells and Induced Seismicity
Recent Developments in Oil and Gas Law
Presentation of this year’s Lifetime Achievement in Energy
Litigation Award to Patton (Pat) G. Lochridge
MCLE credit will be available.
Register before October 24 to receive a discount!
Register Now! cailaw.org/iel
13th Annual Energy Litigation Conference
SCHEDULE
November 6
Conference Co-Chairs
7:30
REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
Jack Lewis
Managing Counsel, Litigation,
Chevron Upstream and Gas
Law, Houston, Texas
8:30
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION TO THE CONFERENCE
Charles J. (Tim) Engel
King & Spalding,
Washington, D.C.
8:40
“I enjoyed the wide scope of this
conference. Always good to hear
from judges.”
— Jack Lewis, Managing Counsel, Litigation, Chevron Upstream
and Gas Law, Houston, Texas
— Charles J. (Tim) Engel, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C.
SCHEDULE
November 6
•
Advance conflict waivers – ethical limits to the effectiveness of conflict waivers.
— Julie Shemeta, President and Founder, MEQ Geo Inc., Highlands Ranch, Colorado
•
Joint defense agreements – when a party exits a joint defense agreement and its interests later become
adverse, how does knowledge gained as part of the group ethically constrain that party?
— Dr. Mark Zoback, Professor of Geophysics, Stanford University, Stanford, California
12:15
— Professor Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., Emeritus Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings College of The
Law, San Francisco, California, and University of Pennsylvania School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
HOSTED LUNCHEON
Lifetime Achievement in Energy Litigation Award
Honoring
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN OIL AND GAS LAW
Patton G. Lochridge
McGinnis Lochridge & Kilgore LLP
— Mark D. Christiansen, McAfee & Taft, Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma
5:00
ADJOURN
5:00
NETWORKING RECEPTION
Sponsored by
Sponsored by
THE VIEW FROM THE BENCH
Judges from around the country give their perspectives on
trends in energy litigation, its management, and how litigators
can be more effective.
“Excellent location, speakers and
substance.”
PANEL MODERATOR:
— 2013 Participants
— Jack Lewis, Managing Counsel, Litigation, Chevron Upstream
and Gas Law, Houston, Texas
PANELISTS:
ABOUT THE INSTITUTE FOR ENERGY LAW (IEL)
— The Hon. Christine A. Ward, 5th Judicial District of
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
— The Hon. Nancy D. Freudenthal, United States District Court
for the District of Wyoming, Cheyenne, Wyoming
2:00
THE SUPREME COURT’S 20142015 TERM
Our speaker will review recent United States Supreme Court cases and new cases coming before the Court
during its upcoming term. He will also discuss those of particular relevance to energy litigators.
— The Hon. Lee H. Rosenthal, United States District Court for the
Southern District of Texas, Houston, Texas
2013 Energy Litigation Conference
November 6
PANELISTS:
A comprehensive round up of the year’s developments of
particular interest to the energy litigator.
9:40
SCHEDULE
— Ashley C. Parrish, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C.
10:40
BREAK
10:55
LITIGATION “STRATEGY” OR CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE? A RICO
GUIDE FOR ENERGY LITIGATORS
What do corporate general counsel expect from litigators in the law firms they employ? Are they getting it?
Our speaker, one of the lead attorneys representing Chevron in
Chevron Corporation v. Steven R. Donziger, et al., a RICO case
in the Southern District of New York, will discuss the essentials
of RICO litigation and strategic considerations for civil RICO
prosecution and defense.
— Charles J. (Tim) Engel, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C.
Canvas Bag Sponsors
2:45
11:40
PANELISTS:
— Jack Balagia, Vice President and General Counsel, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Irving, Texas
— Rachel G. Clingman, General Counsel, Petroleum & Potash, BHP Billiton, Houston, Texas
— William D. Marsh, Vice President and General Counsel, Baker Hughes Incorporated, Houston, Texas
INJECTION WELLS AND INDUCED SEISMICITY
3:45
BREAK
Our panel of technical experts will discuss whether it is
reasonable to assume a correlation between injection well
activities and seismic events.
4:00
ETHICS PRESENTATION: THREE DILEMMAS FOR ENERGY LITIGATORS
PANEL MODERATOR:
— Barclay Nicholson, Norton Rose Fulbright, Houston, Texas
For more information, visit cailaw.org/iel
WHAT GENERAL COUNSEL REALLY WANT
PANEL MODERATOR:
— Andrea E. Neuman, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, New York,
New York
An institute of The Center for American and International Law, IEL provides superior
educational and professional opportunities for lawyers and other professionals in the energy
industry through educational courses, conferences, scholarly publications and membership
activities. IEL presents numerous educational conferences and seminars each year, publishes
papers, periodicals and the Oil and Gas Reporter, and provides an important forum in which
contemporary issues affecting the energy industries can be discussed.
Professor Hazard will focus on three ethical dilemmas for energy litigators:
•
Issue conflicts – ethical considerations where the same lawyers represent plaintiffs in one case and
defendants in another when issues and arguments closely overlap.
ABOUT THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION (ABA)
The ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources is the premier forum for strategies
and information for environmental, energy, and resource professionals. It represents more
than 10,000 members with a wide range of professional interests. The Section is committed
to providing members with opportunities to enhance professional skills, stay on top of current
developments, and continue the dialogue in these substantive areas through its substantive
committees, educational programming, and quality publications including books, newsletters,
magazines, and digests.
For more information, visit www.abanet.org/environ/
The Energy Litigation Committee of the ABA Section of Litigation aims to provide its
membership with up-to-date litigation-focused information on the production, transportation
and marketing of oil, natural gas and electricity, as well as federal regulation of those
industries. The Committee reports to members on significant case law, law review articles and
seminars, and produces informative programs on topics of interest to the lawyer who litigates
energy-related cases.
For more information, visit www.abanet.org/litigation/committees/energy/home.html
13th Annual Energy Litigation Conference
SCHEDULE
November 6
Conference Co-Chairs
7:30
REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
Jack Lewis
Managing Counsel, Litigation,
Chevron Upstream and Gas
Law, Houston, Texas
8:30
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION TO THE CONFERENCE
Charles J. (Tim) Engel
King & Spalding,
Washington, D.C.
8:40
“I enjoyed the wide scope of this
conference. Always good to hear
from judges.”
— Jack Lewis, Managing Counsel, Litigation, Chevron Upstream
and Gas Law, Houston, Texas
— Charles J. (Tim) Engel, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C.
SCHEDULE
November 6
•
Advance conflict waivers – ethical limits to the effectiveness of conflict waivers.
— Julie Shemeta, President and Founder, MEQ Geo Inc., Highlands Ranch, Colorado
•
Joint defense agreements – when a party exits a joint defense agreement and its interests later become
adverse, how does knowledge gained as part of the group ethically constrain that party?
— Dr. Mark Zoback, Professor of Geophysics, Stanford University, Stanford, California
12:15
— Professor Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., Emeritus Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings College of The
Law, San Francisco, California, and University of Pennsylvania School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
HOSTED LUNCHEON
Lifetime Achievement in Energy Litigation Award
Honoring
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN OIL AND GAS LAW
Patton G. Lochridge
McGinnis Lochridge & Kilgore LLP
— Mark D. Christiansen, McAfee & Taft, Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma
5:00
ADJOURN
5:00
NETWORKING RECEPTION
Sponsored by
Sponsored by
THE VIEW FROM THE BENCH
Judges from around the country give their perspectives on
trends in energy litigation, its management, and how litigators
can be more effective.
“Excellent location, speakers and
substance.”
PANEL MODERATOR:
— 2013 Participants
— Jack Lewis, Managing Counsel, Litigation, Chevron Upstream
and Gas Law, Houston, Texas
PANELISTS:
ABOUT THE INSTITUTE FOR ENERGY LAW (IEL)
— The Hon. Christine A. Ward, 5th Judicial District of
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
— The Hon. Nancy D. Freudenthal, United States District Court
for the District of Wyoming, Cheyenne, Wyoming
2:00
THE SUPREME COURT’S 20142015 TERM
Our speaker will review recent United States Supreme Court cases and new cases coming before the Court
during its upcoming term. He will also discuss those of particular relevance to energy litigators.
— The Hon. Lee H. Rosenthal, United States District Court for the
Southern District of Texas, Houston, Texas
2013 Energy Litigation Conference
November 6
PANELISTS:
A comprehensive round up of the year’s developments of
particular interest to the energy litigator.
9:40
SCHEDULE
— Ashley C. Parrish, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C.
10:40
BREAK
10:55
LITIGATION “STRATEGY” OR CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE? A RICO
GUIDE FOR ENERGY LITIGATORS
What do corporate general counsel expect from litigators in the law firms they employ? Are they getting it?
Our speaker, one of the lead attorneys representing Chevron in
Chevron Corporation v. Steven R. Donziger, et al., a RICO case
in the Southern District of New York, will discuss the essentials
of RICO litigation and strategic considerations for civil RICO
prosecution and defense.
— Charles J. (Tim) Engel, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C.
Canvas Bag Sponsors
2:45
11:40
PANELISTS:
— Jack Balagia, Vice President and General Counsel, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Irving, Texas
— Rachel G. Clingman, General Counsel, Petroleum & Potash, BHP Billiton, Houston, Texas
— William D. Marsh, Vice President and General Counsel, Baker Hughes Incorporated, Houston, Texas
INJECTION WELLS AND INDUCED SEISMICITY
3:45
BREAK
Our panel of technical experts will discuss whether it is
reasonable to assume a correlation between injection well
activities and seismic events.
4:00
ETHICS PRESENTATION: THREE DILEMMAS FOR ENERGY LITIGATORS
PANEL MODERATOR:
— Barclay Nicholson, Norton Rose Fulbright, Houston, Texas
For more information, visit cailaw.org/iel
WHAT GENERAL COUNSEL REALLY WANT
PANEL MODERATOR:
— Andrea E. Neuman, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, New York,
New York
An institute of The Center for American and International Law, IEL provides superior
educational and professional opportunities for lawyers and other professionals in the energy
industry through educational courses, conferences, scholarly publications and membership
activities. IEL presents numerous educational conferences and seminars each year, publishes
papers, periodicals and the Oil and Gas Reporter, and provides an important forum in which
contemporary issues affecting the energy industries can be discussed.
Professor Hazard will focus on three ethical dilemmas for energy litigators:
•
Issue conflicts – ethical considerations where the same lawyers represent plaintiffs in one case and
defendants in another when issues and arguments closely overlap.
ABOUT THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION (ABA)
The ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources is the premier forum for strategies
and information for environmental, energy, and resource professionals. It represents more
than 10,000 members with a wide range of professional interests. The Section is committed
to providing members with opportunities to enhance professional skills, stay on top of current
developments, and continue the dialogue in these substantive areas through its substantive
committees, educational programming, and quality publications including books, newsletters,
magazines, and digests.
For more information, visit www.abanet.org/environ/
The Energy Litigation Committee of the ABA Section of Litigation aims to provide its
membership with up-to-date litigation-focused information on the production, transportation
and marketing of oil, natural gas and electricity, as well as federal regulation of those
industries. The Committee reports to members on significant case law, law review articles and
seminars, and produces informative programs on topics of interest to the lawyer who litigates
energy-related cases.
For more information, visit www.abanet.org/litigation/committees/energy/home.html
13th Annual Energy Litigation Conference
SCHEDULE
November 6
Conference Co-Chairs
7:30
REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
Jack Lewis
Managing Counsel, Litigation,
Chevron Upstream and Gas
Law, Houston, Texas
8:30
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION TO THE CONFERENCE
Charles J. (Tim) Engel
King & Spalding,
Washington, D.C.
8:40
“I enjoyed the wide scope of this
conference. Always good to hear
from judges.”
— Jack Lewis, Managing Counsel, Litigation, Chevron Upstream
and Gas Law, Houston, Texas
— Charles J. (Tim) Engel, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C.
SCHEDULE
November 6
•
Advance conflict waivers – ethical limits to the effectiveness of conflict waivers.
— Julie Shemeta, President and Founder, MEQ Geo Inc., Highlands Ranch, Colorado
•
Joint defense agreements – when a party exits a joint defense agreement and its interests later become
adverse, how does knowledge gained as part of the group ethically constrain that party?
— Dr. Mark Zoback, Professor of Geophysics, Stanford University, Stanford, California
12:15
— Professor Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., Emeritus Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings College of The
Law, San Francisco, California, and University of Pennsylvania School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
HOSTED LUNCHEON
Lifetime Achievement in Energy Litigation Award
Honoring
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN OIL AND GAS LAW
Patton G. Lochridge
McGinnis Lochridge & Kilgore LLP
— Mark D. Christiansen, McAfee & Taft, Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma
5:00
ADJOURN
5:00
NETWORKING RECEPTION
Sponsored by
Sponsored by
THE VIEW FROM THE BENCH
Judges from around the country give their perspectives on
trends in energy litigation, its management, and how litigators
can be more effective.
“Excellent location, speakers and
substance.”
PANEL MODERATOR:
— 2013 Participants
— Jack Lewis, Managing Counsel, Litigation, Chevron Upstream
and Gas Law, Houston, Texas
PANELISTS:
ABOUT THE INSTITUTE FOR ENERGY LAW (IEL)
— The Hon. Christine A. Ward, 5th Judicial District of
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
— The Hon. Nancy D. Freudenthal, United States District Court
for the District of Wyoming, Cheyenne, Wyoming
2:00
THE SUPREME COURT’S 20142015 TERM
Our speaker will review recent United States Supreme Court cases and new cases coming before the Court
during its upcoming term. He will also discuss those of particular relevance to energy litigators.
— The Hon. Lee H. Rosenthal, United States District Court for the
Southern District of Texas, Houston, Texas
2013 Energy Litigation Conference
November 6
PANELISTS:
A comprehensive round up of the year’s developments of
particular interest to the energy litigator.
9:40
SCHEDULE
— Ashley C. Parrish, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C.
10:40
BREAK
10:55
LITIGATION “STRATEGY” OR CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE? A RICO
GUIDE FOR ENERGY LITIGATORS
What do corporate general counsel expect from litigators in the law firms they employ? Are they getting it?
Our speaker, one of the lead attorneys representing Chevron in
Chevron Corporation v. Steven R. Donziger, et al., a RICO case
in the Southern District of New York, will discuss the essentials
of RICO litigation and strategic considerations for civil RICO
prosecution and defense.
— Charles J. (Tim) Engel, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C.
Canvas Bag Sponsors
2:45
11:40
PANELISTS:
— Jack Balagia, Vice President and General Counsel, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Irving, Texas
— Rachel G. Clingman, General Counsel, Petroleum & Potash, BHP Billiton, Houston, Texas
— William D. Marsh, Vice President and General Counsel, Baker Hughes Incorporated, Houston, Texas
INJECTION WELLS AND INDUCED SEISMICITY
3:45
BREAK
Our panel of technical experts will discuss whether it is
reasonable to assume a correlation between injection well
activities and seismic events.
4:00
ETHICS PRESENTATION: THREE DILEMMAS FOR ENERGY LITIGATORS
PANEL MODERATOR:
— Barclay Nicholson, Norton Rose Fulbright, Houston, Texas
For more information, visit cailaw.org/iel
WHAT GENERAL COUNSEL REALLY WANT
PANEL MODERATOR:
— Andrea E. Neuman, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, New York,
New York
An institute of The Center for American and International Law, IEL provides superior
educational and professional opportunities for lawyers and other professionals in the energy
industry through educational courses, conferences, scholarly publications and membership
activities. IEL presents numerous educational conferences and seminars each year, publishes
papers, periodicals and the Oil and Gas Reporter, and provides an important forum in which
contemporary issues affecting the energy industries can be discussed.
Professor Hazard will focus on three ethical dilemmas for energy litigators:
•
Issue conflicts – ethical considerations where the same lawyers represent plaintiffs in one case and
defendants in another when issues and arguments closely overlap.
ABOUT THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION (ABA)
The ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources is the premier forum for strategies
and information for environmental, energy, and resource professionals. It represents more
than 10,000 members with a wide range of professional interests. The Section is committed
to providing members with opportunities to enhance professional skills, stay on top of current
developments, and continue the dialogue in these substantive areas through its substantive
committees, educational programming, and quality publications including books, newsletters,
magazines, and digests.
For more information, visit www.abanet.org/environ/
The Energy Litigation Committee of the ABA Section of Litigation aims to provide its
membership with up-to-date litigation-focused information on the production, transportation
and marketing of oil, natural gas and electricity, as well as federal regulation of those
industries. The Committee reports to members on significant case law, law review articles and
seminars, and produces informative programs on topics of interest to the lawyer who litigates
energy-related cases.
For more information, visit www.abanet.org/litigation/committees/energy/home.html
REGISTRATION
13TH ANNUAL ENERGY LITIGATION CONFERENCE
Institute for Energy Law
The Center for American and International Law
5201 Democracy Drive
Plano, TX USA 75024
13th Annual Energy Litigation Conference
November 6, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel • Houston, Texas
ONLINE
credit card only
www.cailaw.org
FAX
credit card only
972.244.3401
Check applicable box:
Received by 10/24/14
Received after 10/24/14
Regular registration fee
IEL Advisory Board Member
IEL Supporting or Sustaining
Member Employee
CAIL Member or
Member Employee
ABA-SEER Member
ABA-SOL-ELC Member
Government Employee
Students/Full-Time Professors
Materials Only (not attending)
 $435
 $345
 $345
 $495
 $395
 $395
MAIL
check or credit card
The Center for American
and International Law
5201 Democracy Drive
Plano, TX USA 75024
 $345
 $395
 $345
 $345
 $345
 $125
 $215
 $395
 $395
 $395
 $175
 $215
 Add $200 if you would like to receive the full course materials in printed
binder at the conference (in addition to USB and online).* (*If not checked,
limited handouts -- PowerPoint presentations & rosters -- will be distributed)
Name _______________________________________________________
Badge Name (if different than above) _______________________________
Firm/Company/Organization ______________________________________
Address _____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
City, State, Postal Code, Country___________________________________
Phone_________________________ Fax __________________________
Email _______________________________________________________
PAYMENT INFORMATION
 Check enclosed payable to: The Center for American and International Law
Mastercard
Visa
AMEX
Discover
Card number ______________________________ Exp date ___________
Name on card _________________________________________________
Billing address (if different than above address) _______________________
____________________________________________________________
Signature ____________________________________________________
Nonprofit
Organization
U. S. Postage PAID
Permit No. 3778
Dallas, Texas
4 WAYS TO REGISTER
Registration includes the Conference, course materials on USB and online,
and all meals.
Credit Card:
Co-sponsored by
Presented by
PLEASE NOTE: The Center for American and International Law utilizes
outside mailing lists. If you receive a duplicate of this announcement,
please pass it along to an interested colleague
13th Annual Energy Litigation Conference
PHONE
credit card only
972.244.3404 or 800.409.1090
8:30am-5:00pm CT
PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION
IEL is an Institute of
GENERAL INFORMATION
CANCELLATION POLICY: Tuition, less a $50
cancellation fee will be refunded upon receipt
of written cancellation received by October 24,
2014. E-mail cancellation notice to [email protected]
org. After this date, no refunds, but substitution
of attendees for this program will be permitted.
Registrants not entitled to a refund will receive the
course materials.
HOUSING: The cost of housing is not included in
tuition. However, rooms (in limited number) have
been reserved at the JW Marriott Hotel, 5150
Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77056. Registrants
should call 1.800.228.9290 and advise that they
are attending the “Energy Litigation Conference”
to receive a reduced room rate of $209 +
occupancy tax. Reservations may also be made at
cailaw.org/iel. The last day to obtain this special
rate is October 22, 2014.
NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY: The Center
for American and International Law does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex,
religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran
status or any other protected status in educational
activities, scholarship programs or admissions.
PRESS POLICY: All IEL conferences are held under
the Chatham House Rule. Participants, including
journalists, are free to use any information
received, but comments may not be attributed to
any speaker identified by name or affiliation.
MCLE CREDIT: This program is approved by the
State Bar of Texas for 6 hours, including 1 hour
of ethics. Course ID Number: 901300706. Credit
hours for other states will vary and are subject to
each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.
IEL as registrar for this conference will directly
apply for course accreditation in the following
states: CA, MN, NM, OH, OK, PA, TX and VA. Some
of these states may not approve a program for
credit hours before the program occurs. Attorneys
may be eligible to receive CLE credit through
reciprocity or attorney self-submission in other
states. IEL conferences are typically accredited by
all mandatory CLE states.
13th Annual Energy
Litigation Conference
November 6, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel
Houston, Texas
Register Now! cailaw.org/iel
MCLE credit will be available
13th Annual Energy
Litigation Conference
November 6, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel • Houston, Texas
Lifetime Achievement in
Energy Litigation Award
Patton G. Lochridge
McGinnis Lochridge & Kilgore LLP
Austin, Texas
IEL is an Institute of
Highlights
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Judicial Panel
General Counsel Panel
Injection Wells and Induced Seismicity
Recent Developments in Oil and Gas Law
Presentation of this year’s Lifetime Achievement in Energy
Litigation Award to Patton (Pat) G. Lochridge
MCLE credit will be available.
Register before October 24 to receive a discount!
Register Now! cailaw.org/iel
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13TH ANNUAL ENERGY LITIGATION CONFERENCE
Institute for Energy Law
The Center for American and International Law
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Plano, TX USA 75024
13th Annual Energy Litigation Conference
November 6, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel • Houston, Texas
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CANCELLATION POLICY: Tuition, less a $50
cancellation fee will be refunded upon receipt
of written cancellation received by October 24,
2014. E-mail cancellation notice to [email protected]
org. After this date, no refunds, but substitution
of attendees for this program will be permitted.
Registrants not entitled to a refund will receive the
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HOUSING: The cost of housing is not included in
tuition. However, rooms (in limited number) have
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Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77056. Registrants
should call 1.800.228.9290 and advise that they
are attending the “Energy Litigation Conference”
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PRESS POLICY: All IEL conferences are held under
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journalists, are free to use any information
received, but comments may not be attributed to
any speaker identified by name or affiliation.
MCLE CREDIT: This program is approved by the
State Bar of Texas for 6 hours, including 1 hour
of ethics. Course ID Number: 901300706. Credit
hours for other states will vary and are subject to
each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.
IEL as registrar for this conference will directly
apply for course accreditation in the following
states: CA, MN, NM, OH, OK, PA, TX and VA. Some
of these states may not approve a program for
credit hours before the program occurs. Attorneys
may be eligible to receive CLE credit through
reciprocity or attorney self-submission in other
states. IEL conferences are typically accredited by
all mandatory CLE states.
13th Annual Energy
Litigation Conference
November 6, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel
Houston, Texas
Register Now! cailaw.org/iel
MCLE credit will be available
13th Annual Energy
Litigation Conference
November 6, 2014
JW Marriott Hotel • Houston, Texas
Lifetime Achievement in
Energy Litigation Award
Patton G. Lochridge
McGinnis Lochridge & Kilgore LLP
Austin, Texas
IEL is an Institute of
Highlights
•
•
•
•
•
Judicial Panel
General Counsel Panel
Injection Wells and Induced Seismicity
Recent Developments in Oil and Gas Law
Presentation of this year’s Lifetime Achievement in Energy
Litigation Award to Patton (Pat) G. Lochridge
MCLE credit will be available.
Register before October 24 to receive a discount!
Register Now! cailaw.org/iel

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