Rob Knight Speaks at APLA Luncheon

AUSTIN, TX (December 6, 2019) – Flowers Davis Partner Rob Knight was the featured presenter at the Austin Professional Landmen’s Association (APLA) monthly luncheon today. He spoke about the differences between drilling and division order opinions and why attorneys make the requirements they do. The landmen in attendance participated in a lively Q&A session afterward. Knight presented on this same topic in October 2018 for the East Texas Association of Petroleum Landmen.

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About APLA
The Austin Professional Landmen’s Association (APLA) was formed in February 2007. APLA was organized for the purposes of fostering fellowship and facilitating networking opportunities among its members and members of the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL) and other similar professional organizations and associations, providing quality educational opportunities pertinent to the land profession, promoting the land professional’s adherence to a code of ethics and standards of practice to which its members can aspire and by which they shall abide, promoting and inspiring professionalism among the membership, and impressing upon the members their roles as public relations representa­tives of the oil, gas and mineral industry. https://austinlandmen.org/

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