Many landowners across Pennsylvania are experiencing sticker shock upon opening their first royalty statement. They have waited months, often years, to receive their first royalty
On July 9, Governor Tom Corbett signed SB 259 into law. Make no mistake, this bill is controversial and will have a dramatic effect on thousands of existing oil and gas leases throughout Pennsylvania
After the Supreme Court denied K&L Gates' appeal of the reinstatement of a $500 million suit against it by the trustee of bankrupt Le-Nature's, the firm has gotten its chance to respond to the allega
The modern oil and gas lease is a sophisticated and complex legal instrument that has evolved over the last several decades. This evolution, however, has generally occurred within the "vertical well"
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A trial court may not refuse to award contractual interest to a prevailing party if the agreement provides for a specific amount, the state Supreme Court has ruled
The following is a list of the largest law firms in the city of Pittsburgh ranked by the number of full-time attorneys asreported in the 2010 edition of PaLAW magazine
The following is a list of the fastest-growing law firms in Pennsylvania ranked by the total increase in number as reported in the 2010 edition of PaLAW magazine
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