Everard A. Marseglia, Jr.: Lawyer with Liskow & Lewis A Professional Law Corporation

Everard A. Marseglia, Jr.

Phone(713) 651-2966

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Practice Areas

  • Energy and Natural Resources Law
  • Appellate Practice
  • Energy Litigation
Contact InfoTelephone: (713) 651-2966
Fax: (713) 651-2965
University The American University, B.A., 1969
Law SchoolWashington College of Law, J.D., 1972
Admitted1972, District of Columbia; 1983, Texas
BornWashington, D.C, 1945

Mr. Marseglia maintains a comprehensive energy practice in commercial litigation, arbitration, mediation and regulatory and environmental law. Mr. Marseglia is admitted to practice before state and federal courts in Texas and the District of Columbia, and he is admitted as a Neutral Arbitrator by the American Arbitration Association, where he is listed on the Large Complex Case Energy Panel. He has written and spoken extensively on a variety of energy issues.

He has extensive experience analyzing, drafting, and reviewing energy-related contracts, as well as litigating and arbitrating disputes arising under them. Mr. Marseglia works with companies, both domestically and internationally, in connection with most aspects of the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry, with particular emphasis on deepwater Gulf of Mexico activities.

Following law school, Mr. Marseglia served as a law clerk to the Honorable Malcolm R. Wilkey, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and to the Honorable Luther W. Youngdahl, United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Other professional experience includes the Federal Energy Administration, where he was Deputy Assistant General Counsel for Price Regulations, and the United States Department of Energy, where he was Assistant General Counsel for Interpretations and Rulings. Mr. Marseglia is a former partner of Houston firms Burns, Wooley, Marseglia & Zabel, LLP, and Butler & Binion, LLP, where he served as Administrative Partner of the Energy, Real Property and Environmental Law Section.

Honors & Affiliations

•Center for American and International Law, Institute for Energy Law - Advisory Board

•Association of International Petroleum Negotiators

•Houston Bar Association, Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Section - Chairman 2006-07

•American Bar Association - Litigation Section, Trial Practice Committee and Construction Litigation Committee Member

•Energy Bar Association - Energy Litigation, Natural Gas Regulation and Pipeline Committees

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•What You Thought You Meant When You Signed that PSA: Reflections on a Deal that Didn't Close (And One that Still Hangs Around), Liskow & Lewis Breakfast Forum Series, September 2012

•Understanding Areas of Mutual Interest and Preferential Purchase Rights, Advanced Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Course, October 2009

•The Rule of Capture Trumps Subsurface Trespass-Finally a Decision in the Garza Case, 35th Annual Ernest E. Smith Oil, Gas & Mineral Law Institute, March 2009

•Arbitration 101: Drafting Effective Provisions and Arbitrating Under Them, Liskow & Lewis Client Seminars, Febuary 2009, August 2008

•The JOA Divorce: Litigating Preferential Rights and Operator Removal Provisions, Liskow & Lewis 2007 Oil & Gas Seminar, October 2007

•Lease Provisions Giving Rise to Royalty Controversies in the Oil and Gas Industry, Professional Development Institute, University of North Texas, National Oil and Gas Royalty Conference, November 1997

•Lessors' Continuing Attempts to Share in Gas Contract Settlements: Is the End in Sight, or Are Things About to Get Interesting, Dallas Bar Association, Energy Law Section, Review of Oil and Gas Law XII, August 1997

•Current Issues in Royalty Litigation, Dallas Bar Association, Energy Law Section, November 1996

•Current Royalty Issues (Lenape), Dallas Bar Association, Energy Law Forum, February 1996

•Current Issues In Federal Royalty Management, 41st Mineral Law Institute, Louisiana State University Law Center, March 1994

•Strategies and Procedural Issues in Royalty Cases, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, April 1993

•Recent Developments in U.S. Oil and Gas Royalty Law, Mobil Oil Corporation, Worldwide E&P Lawyers Meeting, September 1991

•Gas Contract Litigation: Selected Royalty Owner Considerations, FERC Deregulation 'Score Card', ABA Section of Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law, Committee on Natural Gas Marketing and Transportation, April 1991

•Impact of the Nullification of FERC Order 451 and the Remand of Order 500, The Natural Gas Disputes and Litigation Institute, May 1990

•FERC Orders 500 and 451: Their Checkered Pasts and Uncertain Futures, May 1990

•Gas Litigation, The Natural Gas Litigation Institute, March 1988

•Take-or-Pay and Other Producer Contract Litigation, The Producer Perspective, The Southwestern Legal Foundation, Short Course on Natural Gas Deregulation In the Face of Partial Deregulation of a Changing Market, November 1986

•Categories of Oil Subject to and Exempt From the Crude Oil Windfall Profit Tax Act of 1980, Executive Enterprises, May 1981 - September 1982


•Supreme Court of Texas Sides with Liskow Amicus Brief on Behalf of TXOGA, Liskow & Lewis E-Newsletter, June 25, 2014

•Takeaways from El Paso Field Services, L.P. v. MasTec North America, Inc., Liskow & Lewis E-Newsletter, February 14, 2013

•A Significant Decision in the Marshall and Vaquillas Cases: Texas Supreme Court Rules in Single Opinion on Fraudulent Concealment and Limitations Title

Shell v. Ross: Another Setback for Texas Royalty Owners Claiming Underpayment of Royalty

•Texas Supreme Court Decisions

•Everybody Out Of The Pool? Not So Fast-Wagner & Brown v. Sheppard, State Bar of Texas, Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section Report, Volume 33, No. 2 (December 2008)

The Texas Supreme Court announces its decision in Wagner & Brown v. Sheppard [1]

•Offshore Gathering, The Jupiter/Transco Cases, Energy Law Journal, Volume 29, No. 2 (2008)

•The Rule of Capture Trumps Subsurface Trespass - Finally a Decision in The Garza Case, State Bar of Texas, Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section Report, Volume 33, No. 1 (September 2008)

•Finding Profit in a Windfall of Memories, International Energy Law & Taxation Review, March 2006

• Non-Consent Penalty' or 'Consent Bonus?' Reflections on the Valence Case, State Bar of Texas, Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Section Report, September 2005

•Lessors' Continuing Attempts to Share in Gas Contract Settlements: Is the End in Sight, or Are Things About to Get Interesting?, Dallas Bar Association, Energy Law Section, Review of Oil and Gas Law XII, August 1997

•Co-Author, Environmental Law Simplified, A Practical Guide for Oil & Gas Operations, PennWell, 1993

•DOE Definitions and Windfall Profit Taxation of Crude Oil, Oil and Gas Regulation Analyst

•Take-or-Pay, The Producer's Perspective, Oil & Gas Law and Taxation Review, Vol. 6, Issues 4 and 5, 1987 and 1988

•Everybody Out of the Pool? Not So Fast - Wagner & Brown v. Sheppard, State Bar of Texas, Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section Report, Volume 33, No. 2 (December 2008)


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Everard A. Marseglia, Jr.

1001 Fannin Street, Suite 1800
HoustonTX 77002


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