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Forty-Four Liskow Lawyers Selected to 2018 Louisiana Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters
Britt Bush is an energy litigator focusing on royalty litigation, disputes between working interest owners, disputes between mineral lessees and landowners, and legacy litigation.
"Louisiana Oil & Gas Litigation Update," Liskow & Lewis Energy Law Seminar, January 25, 2018, Houston, Texas
"Dealing With the Demand - An Overview of Louisiana Oil & Gas Demands and Best Practices," Oct 7, 2017, 2017 Landman's Big Adventure
"Punitive Damages in Cases Where the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 Applies and Miscellaneous Other Maritime Punitive Damages Issues," 10th Judge Alvin B. Rubin Conference on Maritime Personal Injury Law, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, 2012, Co-Presenter
"Western District of Louisiana Holds that Unit Operators May Not Recover Post-Production Costs from an Unleased Mineral Owner’s Share of Production Proceeds," Liskow & Lewis' The Energy Law Blog, March 26, 2019
"Louisiana Second Circuit Addresses: (1) Creation of Mineral Servitudes Via Notarial Acts of Correction; (2) Obstacles Suspending the Prescription of Nonuse from Running Against Mineral Servitudes; and (3) Payment of Court Costs in Concursus Actions," Liskow & Lewis' The Energy Law Blog, March 30, 2017
"Louisiana Supreme Court Denies Writ Application in XXI Oil & Gas v. Hilcorp," Liskow & Lewis' The Energy Law Blog, March 28, 2017
"Louisiana Third Circuit Addresses Payment of Royalties in Situations Involving Production Under a Mineral Lease Pursuant to a Conditional Allowable Prior to Unitization," Liskow & Lewis' The Energy Law Blog, January 12, 2017
"Louisiana State and Federal Courts Split Over Parties Entitled to Reports Under La. R.S. 30:103.1," Liskow & Lewis' The Energy Law Blog, October 6, 2016
The Overlooked Function of Punitive Damages, 44 Rut. L. J. 161 (2014).
Redefining Environmental Refugees, 27 Geo. Immigr. L. J. 553 (2013).
A New Regionalist Perspective on Land Use and the Environment, 56 How. L. J. 207 (2012).
Crafting an Asbestos Scheduled Compensation Solution for Louisiana and the Nation, 72 La. L. Rev. 757 (2012).
Displacement and Preemption: The OPA’s Effect on General Maritime Law and State Law Punitive Damages Claims, 42 Cumb. L. Rev. 1 (2012) (co-authored).
The Answer Lies in Admiralty: Justifying Oil Spill Punitive Damages Recovery Through Admiralty Law, 41 Envtl. L. 1255 (2011).
Addressing the Regulatory Collapse Behind the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Implementing a “Best Available Technology” Regulatory Regime for Deepwater Oil Exploration Safety and Cleanup Technology, 26 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 535 (2011).
Sixty-Two Attorneys Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America, BL Rankings, LLC, 2021 Edition
Eighteen Liskow Lawyers Selected to Acadiana Profile's Top Lawyers
Forty-Six Liskow Lawyers Selected to 2020 Louisiana Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters
Western District of Louisiana Holds that Unit Operators May Not Recover Post-Production Costs from an Unleased Mineral Owner’s Share of Production Proceeds
Thirty-Nine Liskow Lawyers Selected to 2019 Louisiana Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters
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