Webcast – Implications of the Recent Extraction and Chesapeake Bankruptcy Cases on Midstream Agreements

Latham lawyers discuss strategic takeaways from recent court decisions in the first installment of the Global Energy & Infrastructure Insights series. MCLE credit offered.


Latham & Watkins is pleased to present Global Energy & Infrastructure Insights, a multi-part series that explores recent trends, potential challenges, and future opportunities in the energy and infrastructure sector.

Recent court decisions in the Extraction and Chesapeake bankruptcies have resulted in additional jurisprudence governing the rejection of midstream commercial contracts. The next webcast in the series will discuss the implications for midstream agreements resulting from the Extraction and Chesapeake court decisions and the interplay of these recent decisions with the rulings of the bankruptcy courts in Sabine, Badlands, and Alta Mesa.


  • Recent Extraction and Chesapeake court decisions
  • Evolving jurisprudence on covenants running with the land and contract rejection
  • Strategic takeaways and drafting considerations


Jonathan Castelan, Partner, Houston

Stephen Szalkowski, Partner, Houston

Annemarie Reilly, Counsel, New York


Please register to attend.

December 03, 2020

9:00 a.m. Pacific | 11:00 a.m. Central | Noon Eastern

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