Ashley’s practice includes general litigation, with an emphasis on oil and gas litigation and construction litigation.
She has advised and represented clients in all stages of litigation, including pre-suit matters, discovery (depositions and written), motion practice and trial. Ashley has represented clients in state and federal court as well as in alternative dispute resolution settings.
Trial counsel for an exploration and production company in a dispute arising from an AMI agreement regarding acreage in the Delaware Basin.
Represented an oil and gas company in a dispute pending in Harris County concerning a non-working interest owner’s alleged right to proceeds from production of oil and gas wells on properties in the Texas Panhandle.
Trial counsel for an operator in a dispute regarding oil and gas leases and alleged underpayment of overriding royalties relating to properties in Robertson and Leon Counties, Texas.
Represented midstream company in two multiweek arbitrations involving claims that the contractor breached the parties’ contract by virtue of failing to construct natural gas processing facility in accordance with the parties’ contract.
Trial counsel for an oil and gas company involving a dispute over rights and obligations under the parties’ contract relative to equipment that was damaged as a result of a fire at the well.
Represented an operator in a dispute with a non-operating working interest owner over his failure to pay costs and expenses owed under the parties’ contract.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ashley Lewis