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Regulation, consumption trends, global population growth, and the pandemic’s many earth-shaking effects make this moment highly uncertain for the upstream-energy industry—and the only way forward is to change with the times. Read the full article.
The firm prevailed for several underwriters at Lloyds of London after a Texas trial court held that his client had substantially overpaid in a complex case involving a $24M well fire. “Underwriters have been vindicated on how these rather complicated blowout/operator extra expense policies are intended to work,” George H. Lugrin said. “We expect the
Agility is your greatest asset. George H. Lugrin said, “The way we have analyzed it, as a small firm we have the flexibility to quickly adapt to changing client needs and market conditions.” He also shares three things firms should be doing and what questions to ask themselves. View the full article “Why the Cloudy Economic Outlook May
George H. Lugrin, Director and President at Hall Maines Lugrin in Houston, was interviewed by Law360 about the negligence lawsuit he recently filed on behalf of Houston-based Arcadia Gas Storage LLC and its parent company, Cardinal Gas Storage Partners LLC. Mr. Lugrin told Law360 that the lack of thorough engineering is an upsetting. “When I see it on what
Dallas Business Journal and Houston Business Journal Share What Business Owners Need to Know Following Riots and Looting
Many businesses in downtown and Uptown Dallas were damaged when protests turned into riots, looting and vandalism Friday and Saturday nights. George Lugrin of Houston-based Hall Maines Lugrin law firm said what’s covered in times of riots is determined by the wording in the insurance policy. “There’s a huge fight underway in the insurance world