Jackson, Sjoberg, McCarthy & Townsend is the evolution of Jackson & Sjoberg formed in 1999 by David Jackson and Matt Sjoberg to serve client needs related to oil and gas, and mining matters. In 2000, Beth Townsend joined Jackson & Sjoberg as Of Counsel. Ed McCarthy and Bob Wilson joined David Jackson and Matt Sjoberg in 2003 to form Jackson, Sjoberg, McCarthy & Wilson to facilitate the Firm's ability to serve client needs related to water and wastewater, radiation and related natural resources matters.
After almost nine years of service to the Firm as a Partner, Bob Wilson retired from Jackson, Sjoberg, McCarthy & Wilson and became Of Counsel. Mr. Wilson's transition facilitates his ability to continue to serve the Firm and its clients, and perform his duties as Chairman of the Texas Low Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Compact Commission.
Effective January 1, 2012, Beth Townsend transitioned from Of Counsel to Partner of the Firm.
The Firm's practice continues to emphasize its members' experience in oil and gas, hard minerals, and water and wastewater issues. JSMT's attorneys counsel clients in related transactions and litigation as well as regulatory and legislative matters at the local, state and federal levels.
The Firm prides itself in its ability to provide effective value-based representation to its clients.