Babst Calland has a track record and reputation for representing clients in both conventional and unconventional natural resource development on matters related to environmental, and use, mineral title, construction, business transactions, employment and labor, litigation, and pipeline safety. With a history of hands-on experience working with government agencies, strong technical backgrounds, and a reputation for serving a broad array of industrial clients, our highly-focused, multidisciplinary team of attorneys provides timely and cost-effective legal strategy.
We are viewed by clients as one of the key providers of legal services to the energy industry and best known for our strong environmental practice and regulatory capability with in-house counsel, executives and other outside advisors to develop and implement effective and creative solutions to their legal and regulatory challenges.
Babst Calland attorneys play important advisory roles with clients on a myriad of issues including oil and gas transactions, due diligence, state and federal regulatory matters, local government challenges, lease disputes, royalty interest determinations and title review. Representing E&P and midstream companies in the Marcellus, Utica and Devonian, as well as Huron, Baaken and Three Forks shale plays, we understand each geographic footprint with a deep knowledge of state regulation and local jurisdictions.
Babst Calland and its attorneys have been acknowledged by various organizations including Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA's America's Leading Lawyers for Business. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., the firm has offices in Charleston, W. Va., State College, Pa., Washington D.C., Canton, Ohio., and Sewell, N.J.
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