Jason P. Webb is an associate of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C. He concentrates his practice in defending companies in product liability and education actions and also practices in energy law, oil and gas, mineral law, and safety.
Mr. Webb joins the firm from a boutique oil and gas law firm. While in law school, he interned at the Office of the United States Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia. Mr. Webb also served as a legislative correspondent for United States Senator Robert C. Byrd.
•Provides pro bono legal service to the Uptown Legal Clinic
Presentations & Publications
•“MSHA Regulation Compliance”; National Business Institute; 4/23/2015
•“Government Internet Resources: Federal, State and Local”; National Business Institute; 8/1/2014
•Provided training on MSHA safety compliance to miners
•“The Intersection of Gas and Coal in Pennsylvania ” (Co-Author); Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly; July 2018
•“Flat-Rate Royalty Leases and Section 34 of the Oil and Gas Lease Act” (Co-Author); The PIOGA Press, Feb. 2014
•“MSHA Expands Its Access to Records” (Author); Aggregates Manager; Aug. 2012
•“The Unintended Impact of Imminent Danger” (Author); Aggregates Manager; July 2011
•“Pennsylvania & Coalbed Methane: Reviving the Traditional Willingness to Protect Surface Owners” (Author); The Temple Journal of Science, Technology & Environmental Law; Spring 2008
•“Welcome Home . . . Constitutional Problems with the Pennsylvania Property Tax System” (Author); University of Pittsburgh School of Law Tax Review; Fall 2006
The Intersection of Gas and Coal in Pennsylvania
7/11/2018 Press Releases
Jason P. Webb Named an Associate Attorney in Product Liability Group
•Allegheny County Bar Association
•American Inns of Court W. Edward Sell Chapter
•Energy & Mineral Law Foundation
•Pennsylvania Bar Association (Shale Energy Law Committee)
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