From Bricker & Eckler's OhioShale blog:
An article featured in the latest issue of the online publication Ohio State Law Journal Furthermore addresses problems of proof in hydraulic fracturing contamination claims, methods for avoiding these problems and a procedure courts use "in an effort to quickly resolve cases in which plaintiffs lack evidence to support an essential element of their claim."
The article, "Hydraulic Fracturing Contamination Claims: Problems of Proof," was written by Keith B. Hall, director of the Louisiana Mineral Law Institute and an assistant professor of law at Louisiana State University.
Click here to read Hall's analysis.
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Rig Count Interactive Map by Baker Hughes, an energy services company.
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