I Do Not Live in Northeastern Pennsylvania, are you Able to Represent me and will the Distance to Your Office Negatively Impact Your Representation?
Attorney Doug Clark can represent any individual with Solar Lease Agreements, property or oil, gas and mineral rights in Pennsylvania. Doug regularly represents clients from across the state, country and even world. Our past clients range from individuals residing in Pennsylvania, Texas, Alaska, California, Georgia, Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Vermont and other states. Also, Doug has represented with Landowners from other countries, including Canada, Great Britain and Micronesia. With modern technology a client’s location and distance from our office has never proven an issue. We have never had a client terminate our services due to distance and location issues.
Do You Do More Than Represent Landowners for Solar Leasing and Will You be There if I need Representation in the Future?
Yes. The Clark Law Firm, PC is extremely fortunate to have forged lasting relationships with past solar and oil and gas clients whom we continue to represent through the ongoing solar lease developmental process. We represent Landowners from the solar leasing stage up through the royalty stage and even estate planning and probate. We are always here to help you with your oil and gas legal needs. We currently represent solar leasing clients as well as prior gas leasing clients who have transitioned into pipeline clients, well pad development and roadway clients, as well as estate planning clients and improper royalty payment clients. We are extremely proud of our outstanding client retention and our humbling client testimonials.
Do You Stay in Tune with the Latest Legal Trends in Pennsylvania Solar Leasing Law?
Absolutely. Doug is at the forefront of the solar leasing boom and regularly studies and reviews legislative and court decisions from Pennsylvania and other states across the county. Doug closely monitors pending Pennsylvania solar legislation and is active on social media to share articles of interest as well as relevant national and local news articles pertaining to solar and oil and gas development.
Doug has been interviewed by multiple media outlets and was featured in WVIA’s Business Journal’s series and The National Law Journal for his work with Pennsylvania Landowners. Of course Doug also hosts his weekly radio show, All Things Marcellus, where he provides Landowners the most up to date news and developments in the solar and natural gas industry in Pennsylvania. If you have missed All Things Marcellus, tune in today!
Do you have a positive working relationship with Solar Development Companies?
Yes. Starting in 2007, Doug has negotiated hundreds upon hundreds Oil and Gas Leases, Pipeline Agreements and numerous other natural gas contracts with many different natural gas and pipeline companies. Today, despite the fact that solar lease development is in relative infancy in Pennsylvania, Doug has already forged many solid working relationships with a variety of leading companies in the field. Through representing many hundreds of Pennsylvania Landowners, Doug has built positive working relationships and has earned the respect of many companies and their employees and representatives. These healthy working relationships have often enabled us to expedite the negotiation process and maintain lines of communication through which we are kept abreast of market conditions across the state. These company contacts help serve as another valuable tool to ensure our clients are receiving the best possible Leases and Agreements for their property. However, do not confuse a “working relationship” with anything more than a “working” relationship. As our testimonials reflect, our clients are always first and building positive working relationships has proven to be a valuable tool in representing Landowners to obtain the strongest possible agreements for their property.