Founded in 1993, Bjork Lindley Little is among the most respected oil and gas, public lands, and natural resources law practices in the Rocky Mountain Region. With a wealth of transactional and litigation expertise forged by years of experience, we pride ourselves on our knowledge of these highly specialized areas of law and our ability to efficiently and effectively communicate that understanding to clients, government agencies, and courts. We are known for achieving big firm results while maintaining a small firm relationship with our clients.
With offices in Denver, Colorado and Farson, Wyoming, and decades of experience in virtually all aspects of the oil and gas industry in the Rocky Mountain Region, we assist our clients in acquiring or divesting properties, obtaining surface use agreements, rights of way and drilling permits, navigating the maze of government regulations and reporting obligations, conducting and defending administrative appeals of oil and gas leasing decisions, and protecting the environment from the impact of mineral extraction activities.
In addition to this array of transactional, operational, and regulatory expertise, we also offer an experienced team of trial lawyers who have achieved success negotiating, mediating, arbitrating, and litigating of a wide variety of complex and highly technical oil and gas disputes.
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