Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Meghan McElvy represents clients in a broad range of energy, construction and commercial litigation matters. She primarily focuses on energy litigation and regulatory proceedings, including disputes before state and federal courts and arbitral tribunals. She is also experienced in construction and lien disputes. Meghan routinely advises energy clients on most aspects of legal and operational issues arising from the development of shale plays and horizontal drilling throughout Texas and elsewhere in the United States, including disputes involving oil and gas leases, joint operating and joint development agreements, participation agreements, royalty obligations, surface use, mineral title, service contractors, commingling and allocation wells. Her energy practice also extends internationally, where she has represented and counseled clients on matters subject to ICC and UNCITRAL arbitration. She also counsels clients regarding disputes and obligations arising from offshore development in the Gulf of Mexico.
In addition to her active litigation practice, Meghan routinely represents clients in contested regulatory proceedings before the Texas Public Utility Commission and Texas Railroad Commission concerning rates, permits, and licensing or abandonment of energy infrastructure.