On Friday, February 28, 2020, Anson Howard spoke to the Texas Bankers Association Real Estate, Oil & Gas Conference on the topic of “Negotiating Easement Agreements”. The audience consisted of mineral managers, farm and ranch managers, and trust officers from banks all over Texas. The presentation focused on the best negotiation strategies to ensure that landowners receive the strongest easement terms and maximum compensation. For more information, please contact [email protected]
Robert Park, formerly an associate with UFJBW, was promoted to partner effective January 1, 2019. Robert has been with UFJBW since 2011. Robert has steadily honed his craft to become one of the finest, most perceptive oil and gas attorneys in the State of Texas. His excellence has been repeatedly recognized by peers and clients alike. He is an asset to the bar and to UFJBW. We are counting on his demonstrated ability to build on his many previous successes and provide top-notch counsel to all Texans needing assistance in the rapidly changing field of energy resource management.
Trace Burton served as the Course Director at the TexasBarCLE Oil and Gas Disputes Course at the Hilton Houston Westchase on January 10-11, 2019.
We are pleased to announce that Anson Howard has joined UFJB&W as an associate in the oil and gas department after completing three years in the Marine Corps as a JAG officer. Anson’s background in ranching will hold him in good stead as he focuses his practice on the needs of land and mineral owners. Welcome Anson!
Ezra Johnson presented on "Can't we all just get along? Surface and Mineral Rights in Texas" to the Texas Association of Realtors during a webinar on Wednesday, July 23, 2014.
The San Antonio Business Journal recently asked Trace Burton to discuss how the Eagle Ford Shale boom has changed his interactions with clients in their dealings with oil and gas companies. To read the complete online article, click here.
The law firm of Uhl, Fitzsimons, Jewett & Burton, PLLC, is pleased to announce that Ezra A. Johnson has been named as a partner of the firm. Mr. Johnson, previously an associate of the firm, will continue to assist clients in matters relating to landowner rights and the development, marketing and sale of mineral assets in South Texas (and beyond), including mineral leases, surface use agreements, deeds, pooling agreements, pipeline agreements, disposal agreements, and sales agreements. Mr. Johnson will also continue to work with partners Joseph Fitzsimons and Trace Burton to develop the firm’s burgeoning litigation practice in mineral title…
Ezra Johnson was recently appointed as a member of the State Bar of Texas Standing Committee on Pattern Jury Charges - Oil and Gas for the 2014-2017 term.