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January 17, 2018 Luncheon
January 17 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm MST
Event Cost: 40
Speaker: John T. Sullivan – Sullivan Green Seavy LLC
Topic: Local Issues in Energy Development
Check in/Registration begins at 11:15am
John Sullivan is a founding partner of the law firm of Sullivan Green Seavy LLC, where his practice focuses on representing government agencies, individuals, and local and national corporations in litigation involving land use, environmental, real estate, business, commercial, and bankruptcy law. Mr. Sullivan earned his law degree from the University of Colorado, and holds a BA from Colorado College. He was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 1987 and is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Colorado and the United States Court of Claims. Mr. Sullivan presented a CLE seminar to the Colorado County Attorney’s on local government authority to regulate oil and gas activities in 2012, provided testimony to the Governor’s Task Force on Oil and Gas at its meeting in Durango on October 9, 2014, and represented Fort Collins in City of Fort Collins v. Colorado Oil and Gas Association, 369 P.3d 586 (Colo. 2016). More recently, Mr. Sullivan presented today’s program on Local Government Regulation and Operator Agreements at the RMMLF 2017 Conference. In his community, Mr. Sullivan has served on the Board of Directors for the CU Alumni Association, the Boulder Rotary Club, the Boulder History Museum, and the Boulder Swim Team.
For your reference, we have posted materials prepared by John Sullivan in regards to his luncheon on local government regulation of oil and gas development in Colorado. The DAPL acknowledges that some content may not align with some DAPL members’ views or opinions. Please bear in mind that the content does not reflect the official position of the DAPL or its officers. Nonetheless, the DAPL believes that a well-informed understanding of all perspectives currently impacting our industry is most advantageous in such contentious times. Moreover, education is one of the most fundamental parts of the DAPL’s mission. Therefore, the DAPL will continue to provide its members a wide array of educational opportunities, including material and speakers that may challenge certain viewpoints and opinions from time to time. As always, an open dialogue is welcomed and we encourage the same. If you have any feedback regarding DAPL luncheons in general, one luncheon in particular, or a luncheon topic that you would like to see, we strongly encourage you to contact us.
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