In a recent installment of Law360’s “Expert Analysis” series, KRCL trial lawyer Tom Ciarlone explained why—as the U.S. oil and gas industry recovers from Hurricane Harvey—operators must also be aware that force majeure clauses, excusing nonperformance during natural disasters, may not provide as much cover as they might think. Tom’s column can be found here.
Posted by Thomas G. Ciarlone Jr.
Thomas G. Ciarlone, Jr., focuses his practice on oil-and-gas litigation and general commercial litigation and dispute resolution. Tom has nearly twenty years of complex litigation experience in trial and appellate courts across the country, and his practice broadly reaches all forms of contentious business disputes. When royalties and other mineral interests are...