Manning joins Burleson in Midland

Burleson LLP

Strengthening its Litigation Practice Group focused on services to companies with interests in the Permian Basin, energy law firm Burleson LLP has added Brandy Manning as a partner in its Midland office. 

Brandy Manning, Burleson LLP

In Midland, Manning concentrates her practice in litigation, appellate, and oil and gas law. She has broad experience in matters impacting oil and gas companies in the region.  She has drafted appellate briefs at all levels and argued before state and federal trial and appellate courts on a range of industry issues related to all of the major Texas energy markets.

Her background also includes representing companies in ad valorem tax disputes involving mineral interests, such as facilities, working interests, and royalties, through trial and before the Appraisal Review Board, intermediate Courts of Appeal, and the Texas Supreme Court.  Manning has counseled clients on a number of general business practice matters, including real estate, contracts, banking, and oil and gas title law, and has extensive litigation and appellate experience.

Manning earned an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and a law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. 


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