By: J. Eric Lockridge and Katie M. Hollowell

The recent OPEC/COVID-19-related drop in energy prices may soon set off a tidal wave of energy-related bankruptcies. Funding for exploration and production (“E&P”) companies is much harder to find, and much more expensive, than it was just a few weeks ago.  Reserve reports that might have been

Unprecedented flooding has severely impacted the City of Houston and Southeast Texas due to Hurricane Harvey.  In August 2016, South Louisiana and the Capital Region were affected by a major rain and flood event.  In response, Kean Miller created the South Louisiana Flood section of our Louisiana Law Blog as a legal resource for those

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By Stephen Hanemann

Providing much needed clarity to an ambiguous and precedent-sparse arena of federal admiralty law, the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal relied on Texas common law when recently upholding a district court’s denial of a Motion to Vacate Attachment under Supplemental Admiralty Rule B. In Malin v. Int’l Ship Repair & Drydock