April 2013 | Volume 76, No. 4
This issue of the Texas Bar Journal explores the important issues facing the oil and gas industry in Texas, from understanding the basics and catching up with oil and gas case law to staying up-to-date with the Railroad Commission and General Land Office and keeping an eye on the matters associated with drilling in an urban space.
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Look Back in Texas Bar Journal History: Public Impressions of
the Courtroom Scene
By Jack Pope
and Gas in the City
Keeping an eye on the issues associated with drilling in an urban space.
By Kevin B. Laughlin
and Gas Basics
Understanding the sticks to avoid stones and broken bones.
By Derek Cook and Jennie K. Martin
Catching up with oil and gas case law.
By William B. Burford
in the Blanks
Avoiding the pitfalls of using general forms.
By Rick Strange
Utilizing the Pattern Jury Charges for oil and gas cases.
By Jesse R. Pierce
Staying up-to-date with the Railroad Commission and General Land Office.
By H. Philip Whitworth and Olga Kobzar
- Oil and Gas in the City
- State Bar President-elect Candidates Discuss the Issues
State of the Judiciary in Texas
By Chief Justice Wallace B. Jefferson
- Supreme Court of Texas Order: Correction to Amendments to Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure
- 2012 Independent Auditors' Report
- Ethics Opinion 624 and 625
- TYLA Election 2013: Questions for the Candidates
Firm: Are You Ready for Your Close-up?
Tips for the sole practitioner on dealing with the electronic media.
By Brian Wice
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