Join us for our March luncheon at the Houston Petroleum Club. Check-in starts at 11:30 and lunch will be served at 12:00 followed by a presentation by Reagan M. Marble of of Dykema Cox Smith. The topic will be "Case Law Update." We hope to see you there!
1 RPL/CPL credit will be available.
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Speaker Reagan M. Marble of Dykema Cox Smith
Reagan Marble is an oil and gas attorney in the San Antonio office of Dykema Cox Smith. A graduate of Baylor University and Texas Tech School of Law, Reagan’s practice focuses on complex oil, gas, and renewable energy litigation. He represents oil and gas operators, mineral and royalty buyers, high ...
Reagan Marble is an oil and gas attorney in the San Antonio office of Dykema Cox Smith. A graduate of Baylor University and Texas Tech School of Law, Reagan’s practice focuses on complex oil, gas, and renewable energy litigation. He represents oil and gas operators, mineral and royalty buyers, high net worth family trusts and partnerships, and renewable energy developers in litigation throughout South and West Texas. His experience is extensive and ranges from successfully litigating multi-million dollar title disputes in the Permian Basin to achieving summary dismissal of drainage claims in the Eagle Ford Shale to favorably resolving renewable energy disputes along the Gulf Coast.
In addition to his complex oil and gas litigation practice, Reagan also represents landowners in condemnation proceedings and easement negotiations against Texas utilities with eminent domain authority.
Reagan,a national award winning advocate, prides himself on professional, efficient, and successful advocacy in the courtroom.