Ghislaine G. Torres Bruner counsels energy clients through all aspects of planning, siting, permitting issues and complex litigation affecting natural resource and energy companies, including current high-profile, complicated and sometimes contentious issues impacting exploration and production oil, gas and other mineral assets near urban and suburban areas in the Rocky Mountain Region and abroad.
Ghislaine is often consulted on the onset of projects, and assists clients in drafting complex agreements and negotiation of terms incorporated in memoranda of understandings, use by special review permits, surface use agreements, right-of-way agreements, settlement agreements among other agreements entered with local governments. Ghislaine is skilled in the preparation of local and state permits and navigating through state and local rules and regulations governing mineral development. Because of her significant experience in drafting and negotiating agreements, Ghislaine is poised to litigate zealously when disputes arise and has successfully represented many clients in both quasi-judicial proceedings before local and state agencies and court proceedings.
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