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P. Jaye has represented clients in oil and gas acquisitions and divestitures totaling in the hundreds of millions of dollars over the last 10 years from negotiation of PSAs through due diligence, closing, and post-closing filings. Recently, she assisted a client with all permitting aspects for a $10,000,000+ 3D seismic project, and helped another successfully plug and abandon a foreclosed coalbed methane field, resulting in the client receiving full return of bonding and generally navigating through the dangerous waters of distressed oil and gas properties. She appreciates the close relationships she is able to build with her clients as she guides them through some of the most exciting and stressful times of their professional careers.
Honors & Awards
Phi Beta Kappa
BA with honors
Land and Water Law Review Comment Editor
Meals on Wheels “Work Horse” award
P. Jaye has enjoyed many public service opportunities including past presidencies of Seton House, Meals on Wheels, and the League of Women Voters. P. Jaye was honored to serve the Seventh Judicial District as its bar commissioner for six years. She most recently served members of the Wyoming Bar as a trustee of the Wyoming Lawyer’s Health Benefit Plan Trust.
Presentations & Publications
P. Rippley and J. Staffeld, “Unconventional Oil and Gas Drilling and Development,” Ch. 11, Landman’s Legal Handbook, 5th Ed. RMMLF (2013)
P. Rippley & D. Hill, “The Split Estate: Communication and Education Versus Legislation,” 4 Wyo. L. Rev. 585 (2004)
P. Rippley and C. Warnick, “Live and Let Die: The Status of the ‘Right to Die’ in Wyoming,” 26 Land and Water Law Review 279
P. Rippley, “The Wyoming Supreme Court Articulates a Test for Minerals, Miller Land and Mineral Company v. State Highway Commission of Wyoming, 757 P. 2d 1001, 25 Land and Water Law Review 459
Wyoming State Bar
Oregon Bar Association
American Bar Association
American Association of Professional Landmen
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
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