Review and revision of a FEED Agreement, and EPC Contract, and other related project contracts as necessary and useful to account for Louisiana law, custom, and usage on behalf of an owner for a project involving design and construction of a mega-project for a group of chemical plants in Southwest Louisiana
Representation of an owner for the drafting and negotiation of an EPC contract for design and construction of a hydrogen pipeline in Texas
Representation of an owner for the drafting and negotiation of FEED Agreements for design and construction of an ammonia plant in Louisiana
Representation of a global refiner in a $20 million case before the Mississippi Supreme Court involving construction claims involving overruns, cardinal changes, and quantum meruit issues. The case involved the dismantling of an ammonia plant in Pascagoula, Mississippi and its reassembly in Pakistan.
Representation of a worldwide energy company in construction litigation brought by a global construction firm involving a Baton Rouge industrial facility and related construction of a cogeneration plant
Representation of an industrial contractor regarding allegations of breach of representation and warranties related to a multi-million dollar expansion project at a chemical facility in Lake Charles, Louisiana
Represented chemical plant owner in industrial construction litigation involving construction of a new MDI-2 production unit
Representation of chemical facility in actions adverse to a surety and construction company regarding issues related to construction of a multi-million dollar industrial facility in St. Bernard and Ascension Parishes
Representation of a forest products company in defective design and construction claims arising out of a multi-million dollar plant remolding process
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