Upcoming events

    • 21 Sep 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Petroleum Club - Walnut Room
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    September Member Luncheon

    Petroleum Club - Walnut Room starting at 11:30 am, lunch at 12 noon

    Guest Speaker: Patrick S. Ottinger

    Topic:  Of Bear Paws, Burning Wells, Burnt Remains, and Bath Forms:  An Erratic Journey Through the Evolution of the Law of Louisiana on Mineral Leases, With Just a Few Detours


      PATRICK S. OTTINGER is a Partner in the Lafayette law firm of Ottinger Hebert,
    L.L.C. He has been in private practice in Lafayette since December 1973, with his
    practice being concentrated in the corporate and commercial area, with emphasis on oil
    and gas, financial transactions, real estate, eminent domain, mediation and arbitration,
    corporate and banking matters, as well as litigation in these areas. He is an experienced
    arbitrator and mediator in oil and gas matters, rendering such services through The
    Patterson Resolution Group. He received his Juris Doctorate degree in December 1973
    from Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where he was a member of
    the Moot Court Board. Mr. Ottinger is an Adjunct Professor of Law at LSU, teaching the
    course on Mineral Rights from 1996-2012, and currently teaches an Oil & Gas Seminar.
    He is the author of the course materials entitled Ottinger, A Course Book on Louisiana
    Mineral Rights (12th Rev. Ed., August 2011), and Louisiana Mineral Leases: A Treatise
    (Claitor’s 2016). He is the Chair of the Advisory Council for the Institute on Mineral
    Law at LSU Law Center. He serves on the Advisory Board for the John P. Laborde
    Energy Law Center at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. Mr.
    Ottinger serves as an Editor of the Institute for Energy Law e-reporter, a project of the
    Institute for Energy Law of The Center for American and International Law. Mr.
    Ottinger is a member of the Mineral Code Committee, the Mineral Law – Unsolicited
    Offers Committee, the Counterletter Committee, the Prescription Committee, the Tax
    Sales Committee, the Louisiana Risk Fee Act Committee (Reporter), and the recently
    formed Mineral Law Committee of the Louisiana State Law Institute, serving as Reporter
    of the latter committee. He served as City-Parish Attorney for the Lafayette City-Parish
    Consolidated Government from January 2004-February 2011. Mr. Ottinger served as the
    President of the Louisiana State Bar Association during the years 1998-99. Mr. Ottinger
    was recognized as a 2014 Distinguished Achievement Honoree by the LSU Paul M.
    Hebert Law Center on September 21, 2014, for “professional achievement and career
    distinction, service to and support of LSU Law, and service to the community.” On
    September 7, 2017, Mr. Ottinger was inducted into the Lafayette Bar Association’s Hall
    of Fame. On June 7, 2018, he received the 2018 Curtis R. Boisfontaine Trial Advocacy
    Award of the Louisiana Bar Foundation.



    • 11 Oct 2018
    • 12 Oct 2018
    • Double Tree by Hilton, 1521 W Pinhook Rd, Lafayette, LA 70503

    Early Registration Discount - available through 8/31/2018



    • 2 Nov 2018
    • Hebert's Marina and Rita's Cajun Kitchen at Big Lake
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    1st Annual LAPL Fishing Tournament 

    November 2, 2018

     

    We are excited to announce that this year LAPL will be putting on its first fishing tournament, which we would like to continue annually. This year the tournament will be held on November 2, 2018 at Hebert's Marina and Rita's Cajun Kitchen at Big Lake with a Calcutta Social held the night before.  The LAPL will also be hosting a Seminar at the Golden Nugget Casino on the morning of November 1, 2018. Please mark your calendar to join us for this great event. If you are interested in participating in this event please see the information linked below or contact David Rogers at 337-232-2606; djrogers@ohllc.com.

    Fishing Tournament Flyer.pdf

    Tournament Rules, Entry Form and Waiver.pdf

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