Rebecca Bergeron is a member of Winstead's Energy Practice Group. Rebecca is Board Certified in Oil, Gas & Mineral Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Rebecca focuses her practice on representing operators, non-operators, mineral owners, and financial institutions in oil and gas and energy-related litigation, including operator/non-operator disputes, breach of lease and royalty underpayment claims, lease termination disputes, and mineral and leasehold title disputes, in addition to a variety of other upstream oil and gas disputes. Rebecca also has experience representing clients in oil and gas acquisitions, divestitures, and transactions. Rebecca’s oil and gas transactional experience includes drafting, negotiating, and advising clients regarding purchase and sale agreements, farmout agreements, joint operating agreements, exploration and development agreements, participation agreements, surface use agreements, and other industry trade agreements, as well as the preparation and analysis of oil and gas leases, assignments, conveyances, and other title documents. Rebecca began her career rendering original drilling, supplemental, and division order title opinions; assisting clients with time-sensitive due diligence title evaluation for the acquisition of oil and gas leases, wells, and mineral interests; and advising clients concerning title defects, appropriate curative measures, and the business risks related to various courses of action. Rebecca’s oil and gas transactional experience and her background in land titles provides her with a unique perspective when representing clients in upstream oil and gas disputes.
While attending law school, Rebecca served as a briefing intern at the Texas Fourth Court of Appeals for the Honorable Rebecca Simmons.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Rebecca Bergeron