Hydraulic Fracturing Law and Practice (Lexis)
Authored by attorneys at three different law firms and several law professors
This book identifies the major legal issues raised by hydraulic fracturing, including the transactional, regulatory, and litigation issues that are most relevant to the real estate and environmental law practitioner. The authors discuss the current state of the law, while providing invaluable practical suggestions to lawyers representing clients in real property transactions. Geared to lawyers, policymakers, regulators, and students involved with the law of shale gas and tight oil, it also should serve as a useful resource to anyone working in the area.