Briscoe Ranch disputes operations, surface rights with bankrupt oil company

Briscoe Ranch, the royalty owner and surface lessor of substantial acreage in South Texas, became involved in the Chapter 11 case of Gavilan Resources, an oil & gas exploration and production company. Issues involve disputes over right to assign leases and to designate the operator, and preservation of surface rights and operations in connection with Debtor's sale of assets.

Waller represented Briscoe Ranch in the dispute.

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