The meetings have been postponed due to the Civic Center being used as a special needs evacuation center. They will be rescheduled.
People's Law School: Mineral Rights and Wrongs
The Bossier Bar, a not for profit organization, is hosting a fundraiser this year called "The Citizen's Law School" on August 31, 2008. Doors will open at 12 noon for the first session and doors will reopen at 4:45 for the second session. The Bossier Bar has selected several Louisiana Attorneys who represent landowner interests who will share the fundamentals of mineral law in Louisiana and focus on the legal issues facing landowners in the Haynesville Shale. This is an event created for the citizen, you don't need a legal background to attend. This will be an informative event that you will not want to miss.
Are you a citizen looking for a one stop spot for answering your questions about the Haynesville Play?
Sunday August 31, 2008
Bossier Civic Center
Seating Is Limited.
Two three hour sessions for your convenience
12:30 - 3:30 and
Landowner Attorneys will give a seminar for the non-lawyer landowner.
Top 20 clauses to have in your lease.
When a good lease goes bad: So your not being treated like royalty
Tax Shelters that weather the April Storm.
Current Case Law on Lease Litigation
Admission is $10.00 and tickets will be pre-sold
at the locations listed below starting August 15, 2008.
Visit the Bossier Bar Booth for a Free Living Will
If any seats are left on day of event tickets will be 12.00.
Patrick Jackson, Parish AttorneyJohn Settle
Judge Dewey Burchett
Booth Participants to Answer your Questions:
H&R Block, Tax Servicies
Jeff Thompson for Congress
Commissioner Foster Campbell
Department of Conservation Representatives (Sonrise)
Bossier Assessor Bobby Edminston
Bossier Clerk Cynthia J. Johnston
Others are signing up daily, these are the current confirmed.
Information on where to purchase your tickets in advance here.