R. Reese & Associates Celebrates Anniversary

At R. Reese & Associates, we work hard and stay focused on looking forward rather than looking back. But we can’t help but take a moment to pause and consider our firm’s whirlwind first year.

We started this firm with an idea to create a new model for building relationships between E&P companies and law firms. After all, anyone with experience knows there is no one-size-fits-all model when you’re talking about domestic producers, which today range from the largest multinationals to startups where the wildcatter spirit remains alive and well.

R. Reese & Associates is proud to celebrate our one-year anniversary and we look forward to many more to come. The energy revolution going on right now in Texas and beyond was made possible by a series of industry disruptions and by people who thrive on innovation and overcoming obstacles. We’re proud to continue that spirit by changing the traditional relationship model between energy-focused law firms and their clients. To learn more, contact us at info@rreeselaw.com.

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