Hydraulic Fracturing: New Issues, New Players & New Risks

    Join us for a complimentary CLE program/webinar presented by Locke Lord LLP and Weston Solutions, Inc.

    Hydraulic Fracturing:
    New Issues, New Players & New Risks

    Program Overview

    With ever evolving case law, regulations, and enforcement trends, businesses must constantly keep tabs ‎on the best strategies to manage environmental, health, and safety issues to mitigate risk and ensure ‎compliance. This unique program examines emerging hot topics relevant to hydraulic fracturing, including:‎

    Baseline Sampling: Legal and Practical Issues

    Legal Issues: Regulatory and Judicial Update
    Airborne Silica: Regulatory and Personal Injury Issues
    Regulation Nation: State and Local Regulatory Trends


    • M. Benjamin (Ben) Cowan (Locke Lord LLP, Partner)‎
    • Richard B. Farrand, PG (Weston Solutions, Inc., Vice President, Oil and Gas Director)
    • Gerald D. (Jerry) Higdon (Locke Lord LLP, Partner)
    • Ryan Leatherbury (Weston Solutions, Inc., Client Service Manager)‎
    • Susan T. Litherland, P.E. (Weston Solutions, Inc., Senior Vice President and Southern Division Manager)‎
    • Gerald J. (Gerry) Pels  (Locke Lord LLP, Partner)
    • Blake Soyars, P.E. (Weston Solutions, Inc., Gulf Coast Air Consulting Service Leader)

    CLE and PDH Credit

    This program is pending approval for 1.5 hours of MCLE and PDH credit. 
    Please specify the state from which you would like to receive credit when registering.‎

    Who Should Attend

    In-house counsel and environmental, health, and safety personnel with exploration and production and ‎service companies.‎


    Please contact Allison Arbizu at aarbizu@lockelord.com or 713-226-1386 with any questions.‎

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