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North Korea has increased nuclear production at secret sites, say U.S. officials

WASHINGTON — U.S. intelligence agencies believe that North Korea has increased its production of fuel for nuclear weapons at multiple secret sites in recent months — and that Kim Jong Un may try to hide those facilities as he seeks … Continue reading

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The Fifth Circuit Rules that Louisiana Statutory Mineral Liens Are Extinguished as to Production Payments Sold in Arms Length Transactions, Without Notice

            Most oil and gas producing states have oil and gas mineral lien statutes (similar to what many lawyers know as mechanics and materialman’s lien statutes) that grant automatically arising liens in favor of vendors that provide services in connection with … Continue reading

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Production in the Permian Basin Creates Demand for Additional Cross-Texas Pipelines

The increasing value of oil has resulted in additional demand for pipelines to move oil and gas production from the Permian Basin to Houston and Corpus Christi. Read more detail on Recent Real Estate and Property Law posts –

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Using the court to drag your opponents production of ESI out of the stone age probably won’t work.

Author: Peter H. Robinson   Case Citation: Hyles v. N.Y. City, No. 10CIV3119ATAJP, (S.D.N.Y. Aug. 1, 2016)   Employee/Personnel/Employer implicated:   Employer, Employee   eLesson Learned: The court will not force a party to use predictive coding (TAR) as long as their preferred method of … Continue reading

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Strategic Disclosure in an Age of Transparency: Cuba as Model for Emerging State-Based Trade and Production Orders

(Pix © Larry Catá Backer 2017)It appears to be something of a global trend now, or at least a movement with sufficient repetitions to merit some notice, that governments are becoming more selective in the scope and character of the … Continue reading

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