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13 Nov 2015, 3:57 pm by John Jascob
But a two-judge majority upon panel rehearing in the conflict minerals case hewed closely to its earlier opinion, although it offered a second basis for its decision in order to account for the AMI case.As a result, the SEC’s rule and the Dodd-Frank Act provision are unconstitutional to the extent they require regulated entities to report to the Commission and to state on their website that any of their products have “not been found to be ‘DRC conflict free. [read post]
As it “is impossible to transfer rights to an assignee under an expired mineral lease,” in a case where oil, gas and mineral leases had expired prior to plaintiff’s acquisition of the property, the Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeal in Litel Explorations, L.L.C. v. [read post]
19 Feb 2016, 5:53 am
State succession - a particularly thorny question undoubtedly belonging to the core of public international law - has so far not prompted much debate, but recent decisions in cases such as Sanum v Laos and World Wide Minerals v Kazakhstan is likely to change this. [read post]
District Court for the Western District of Louisiana held that a unit operator may not recover post-production costs from an unleased mineral owner’s share of production proceeds in Allen Johnson, et al. v. [read post]
3 Jan 2023, 5:28 am by Charles Sartain
It unambiguously stated that they were selling all of their mineral interests. [read post]
21 Sep 2011, 1:30 pm by WIMS
Although the Service manages the surface of the ANF for the United States, mineral rights in most of the ANF are privately owned. [read post]