in Houston, Texas, USA
Locke Lord LLP
600 Travis St., Suite 2800
Houston, TX 77002
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Onlne registration is closed. Walk-in registrations will be accepted at the door.
Credits:1 hour MCLE credit available
- Start time: 4:30 pm
- CLE presentation: 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
- Networking Reception: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
- There is no charge to attend this event
After nearly six months of dramatically lower commodity prices, things are once again interesting in the oilpatch. While E&P operators are laying down rigs and cutting capex budgets, the oilfield services companies that serve them are facing a myriad of complex legal issues that have for the most part not been faced during the past ten years. Included among them are reductions in force and other employment matters; an uptick in collections concerns and the potential for commercial disputes; a renewed focus on credit agreement compliance and the need to address financial coverage ratios; and, for those who look at the glass as half-full, what opportunities exist to grow through acquisition, despite the unavoidable difficulties with valuation.To help arm you for this ongoing battle, the Oilfield Services Committee of the Institute for Energy Law is developing a multi-part series of evening CLE/networking events that will address both the legal and practical solutions to these issues. These events will feature top-notch panelists from major law firms and oilfield service companies, as well as ample time to share war stories over drinks with your colleagues and friends.
The second program of the series is “Successfully Handling Labor and Employment Issues in a Down Cycle.” Sponsored by Locke Lord LLP, this program will focus on labor and employment issues faced by the industry, including reductions in force and wage and hour matters.
Texas CLE Credit
This program is approved by the State Bar of Texas for 1 hour, no ethics. Course ID Number: 901318858. A sign-in sheet will be available at registration.
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