2015 Fundamentals Webinar: Negotiating Right of Ways, Easements, and Damage Agreements in North Dako
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This webinar focused on providing strong protections for landowners when negotiating right of ways, easements, and damage agreements.

2/24/2015
When: Tuesday, February 24, 2015
12:00 PM
Where: United States
Presenter: Mr. David Timothy Hermanson, Mr. Derrick Lance Braaten, Mr. Joshua A. Swanson

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Fee is $85 for 1.0 Self Study Credit (Audio & Materials Below) As the infrastructure in western North Dakota’s oil fields continues to grow, more landowners are facing the decision of whether to allow everything from pipelines to salt water disposal wells on their property. While it is important to know the fair dollar value when negotiating with oil and gas companies that want to use their property for everything from wellpads, pipelines, access roads, to salt water disposal wells, before signing any right of ways, easements, or damage agreements, it is critical for landowners to know how to protect themselves and their property from any adverse affects that can accompany such uses. 

 

Whether it is maintaining the landowners fences on the property, requiring pipeline flow meters and cut-off valves, keeping the area free of weeds and debris, or providing additional payment for access roads and transmission lines, there are many factors to consider when negotiating with oil companies for use of the surface.

 

Mr. David Timothy Hermanson
David T. Hermanson is a partner at the Vogel Law Firm. Prior to joining the Vogel Law Firm in Fargo, David practiced in Williston from 1999 to October 2012. The most constant part of David's practice has been real estate with emphasis on minerals and surface land use. David primarily represents land and mineral owners. David's work includes pipeline and various other real estate easements; real estate title research and issue resolution for both surface and mineral estates; oil and gas exploration contract/lease review, including surface land use related to oil and gas exploration; gravel and scoria mining agreements; real estate zoning laws; and real estate title litigation. David is licensed to practice in the states of North Dakota and Montana, including the Federal Courts in both states, and is also licensed to appear before the United States Supreme Court.
Mr. Derrick Lance Braaten
Mr. Joshua A. Swanson
Josh’s practice is centered on litigation where he focuses on energy and natural resource law, commercial litigation, and plaintiff's law. He’s been with Vogel Law Firm since January 2011. Before starting at Vogel Law Firm, Josh clerked for the judges in the Northwest and North Central Judicial Districts of North Dakota. Josh has an active oil and gas practice, where he represents mineral and surface owners in disputes against oil companies. Josh also represents oil companies in disputes involving other oil companies. Josh has published several oil and gas articles in the University of North Dakota Law Review and regularly speaks at energy seminars sponsored by the law school. Josh graduated magna cum laude as a McGrath North scholar from the Creighton University School of Law where he was lead articles editor for the law review. Josh was recently recognized by Thompson Reuters as a Great Plains Rising Star Super Lawyer for 2014.

Event Cost: Member $85.00
Non-Member $85.00
Credit Hours: Self Study 1 hr(s)
Registration Closes: February 24, 2018 1:00 PM

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