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Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

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Energy litigation: oil and gas

Within: Energy litigation: oil and gas

An ‘outstanding level of service’ and ‘good value for money’ are characteristics of Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP’s oil and gas litigation practice. Under the leadership of the renowned William Wood, the team covers upstream, midstream, downstream and oilfield services disputes for clients such as Chevron, BP America and ExxonMobile. Combining its litigation and regulatory strengths, the group is assisting Energy Transfer Partners with contentious matters as well as federal, state and tribal permitting proceedings regarding the planned construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline; Denver-based Bob Comer is the key advisor. In other work, Stephen Dillard is representing Cabot Oil & Gas in a dispute regarding the alleged groundwater contamination from oil and gas drilling in northeastern Pennsylvania. Daniel McClure is noted for ‘his experience and success in defending class action royalty lawsuits’. Jeremy Mercer and Amy Barrette left for Blank Rome LLP.

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Energy regulatory: oil and gas

Within: Energy regulatory: oil and gas

Highly knowledgeable’ and ‘very strategicNorton Rose Fulbright US LLP provides ‘good value for money’. The team leverages its litigation experience to handle compliance and enforcement matters before the FERC and CFTC, as well as administrative proceedings related to market manipulation and antitrust. Bob Comer is assisting Energy Transfer Partners with litigation as well as federal, state and tribal permitting access related to the planned construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, while senior counsel Thomas Hirsch is representing the Cameron Interstate Pipeline, that serves Cameron LNG, in Section 4 Rate Change and Non-Conforming Agreement filings before the FERC. Lisa Tonery and Erik Swenson joined Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP; Peggy Heeg is now with Reed Smith LLP.

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