Thursday, March 12, 2015

Thomas Daily to Speak at 2015 Fundamentals of Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law Conference in Houston, Texas

Thomas Daily has practiced oil and gas law in Arkansas for nearly 45 years, all with the law firm of Daily & Woods, PLLC.  Mr. Daily is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars in Arkansas and other parts of the country on the subject of oil, gas, and mineral law, and in a few weeks, Mr. Daily is going to speak at the 2015 Fundamentals of Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law Conference in Houston, Texas on March 26, 2015 along with several other esteemed professors of oil and gas law, including Professors Owen Anderson, John Lowe, and Bruce Kramer.

The theme for much of the conference is an analysis of the oil and gas lease, and the afternoon session will included Mr. Daily's topic on surface use clauses, and riders, retained acreage and proportionate reduction clauses, and savings clauses. 

C. Michael Daily is an oil, gas, mineral law, probate and business law attorney with the long-established law firm of Daily & Woods, P.L.L.C. and is licensed to practice oil, gas, mineral, probate, and business law in Arkansas, Oklahoma, North Dakota and Wyoming. C. Michael Daily can be contacted by telephone at 479-242-3953, by email at mdaily@dailywoods.com, or by regular post at 58 South 6th Street, Fort Smith, Arkansas 72902.  

C. Michael Daily accepts oil, gas, mineral and probate cases in all cities in Arkansas, including Heber Springs, Morrilton, Clinton, Paris, Russellville, Conway, Atkins, Fort Smith, Van Buren, and Fayetteville.  C. Michael Daily represents mineral producers at all stages of production, assists mineral owners with ownership disputes, and represents his clients in state, federal court and before the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission. You can follow Oil, gas, and mineral lawyer C. Michael Daily via social network using any of the social network links in the right hand column of the page.  Disclaimer:  This blog is for informational purposes, is certainly not to be considered legal advice and is absolutely not a substitute for any of the benefits that are associated with the attorney-client relationship. Your case is unique--if you have an Arkansas oil, gas, mineral law, probate or business law question, you can contact C. Michael Daily.