Yurick to Present at NBI FRAC Law Seminar
April 11, 2014 // Franchising.com // Taft partner Mark S. Yurick will be one of four presenters at the National Business Institute seminar "FRAC Law: From Land Contract Negotiations to Environmental Disputes," which will take place on July 17 from 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn in Worthington, Ohio.
The seminar will address the major growth of U.S. shale, gas and oil production and will offer practical tips to landowners and oil/gas companies on taking advantage of the industry boom. In addition, the seminar will uncover what industry professionals (attorneys, real estate professionals, oil and gas industry professionals, developers, surveyors, mortgage lenders and paralegals) need to know about the key legal issues in oil and gas exploration. Topics for the day include:
- The Hydraulic Fracturing Process
- Oil and Gas Law in Ohio
- A Fracking Litigation Update
- Negotiating Key Contract Provisions and Review of Sample Leases
- Lease/Ownership Challenges, Disputes and Negotiations
Yurick’s presentation, "Legal Ethics in Energy Law," will cover:
- Multiple Representation
- Conflicts of Interest
- Attorney Fees
- Protecting Confidentiality
Yurick practices in the area of utility and energy law. He counsels corporations, associations, utilities and municipalities on a wide range of energy, municipal and utility issues. Yurick combines his legal, governmental and regulatory experience with a thorough understanding of the technical, strategic and financial issues emerging in the energy and utility arena. He represents clients with interests in electric, natural gas, communications, manufacturing, retail and water/wastewater industries, both public and private.
Additional information on the program and how to register is available on the National Business Institute’s website.
The seminar awards continuing education specialty credits:
CLE: 6.00 (incl. 1.0 ethics)
Real Estate: 6.0