About The Firm

Sadler Law Firm devotes its multistate practice exclusively to the legal concerns of energy companies in the following areas:
+ Exploration
+ Production
+ Exploitation
+ Development
+ Acquisitions
+ Divestitures
+ Disputes

For three decades, we have addressed the challenges of the energy industry. Our experience enables us to guide our clients across the rough spots on the road to success.

Sadler Law Firm has invested considerable energy to bring you highly cost-effective legal advice that enables you to conduct business efficiently. We assist you in your oil and gas operations by providing legal advice — without imposing unnecessary constraints. We focus on the matters that have the highest impact on your operations.

We have created efficiencies in our processes by paying close attention to their components, streamlining them wherever possible. We never stop evaluating how we can represent your interests in ways that are more efficient and cost effective.

Sadler Law Firm has the depth and the oil and gas experience to handle all of your legal requirements, from land management and title examinations to energy transactions of every size.

You can call on a team of lawyers who bring industry experience as:
+ In-house/corporate counsel
+ Field and company landmen
+ Corporate governance with small to large independents
+ Finance

Sadler lawyers have represented clients with respect to oil and gas properties and lands situated in more than 120 Texas counties, as well as in Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming and offshore. When you choose Sadler, you benefit from the agility and innovation of a small law firm. But, when you need the energy that a team of lawyers can bring, you’ve got it.

You can count on Sadler to respond quickly and decisively to your questions. We focus on creating solutions.

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