Joe F. Flack III

JOE FLACK focuses his practice on oil and gas transactions. His substantial upstream representations include sellers and buyers in acquisitions and divestitures, borrowers and lenders in reserve-based lending transactions, and grantors and grantees in conveyancing transactions. He also has lead various diligence examinations with regards to property and title issues. In addition, Joe has represented multiple different parties in midstream matters, including gatherers and producers/shippers in gathering agreements, and processors and producers in processing agreements.

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Job Types Partner
Areas of Practice 1) Energy and 2) Private Equity
Law School The University of Texas School of Law (J.D.,2006)
Education University of Texas at Austin (B.A.,2002)
Bar Member / Association Texas State Bar Association
Most recent firm Sidley Austin LLP
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