Bernard F. Clark Jr

Buddy Clark focuses his practice in energy finance, including representation of lenders, private capital providers and energy companies in secured and unsecured credit transactions and equity investments; transactional energy law, including oil and gas exploration, production and development, acquisitions, title and partnerships; independent power projects; and energy related litigation.

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Areas of Practice 1) Energy, 2) Energy Finance, 3) Energy Investment Funds and MLPs, 4) Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, 5) Pipelines and Gathering, 6) Projects and 7) Finance
Law School University of Texas School of Law (J.D., 1982)
Admitted Year 1982
Education University of Texas (B.A., 1978)
Bar Member / Association Texas State Bar Associations
Most recent firm Haynes and Boone, LLP
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