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Gerald Slattery, Jr.

Adjunct Professor of Law

Gerald Slattery, Jr.
Gerald Slattery, Jr.

Gerald F. Slattery, Jr. is a shareholder in Slattery, Marino & Roberts with 37 years of experience in business litigation, particularly oil and gas, banking and financial institutions, and bankruptcy. 

Mineral royalty and related litigation experience includes: representation of non-operating working interest owners in dispute regarding sharing of proceeds of operators’ settlement of take-or-pay contract dispute with gas purchaser; representation of producer as one of twelve defendants in landowners’ putative class action alleging underpayment of royalties in connection with producers’ settlements of take-or-pay contract disputes with gas purchasers; and representation of producer in litigation filed by State political subdivisions alleging underpayment of gas royalties.

Slattery has argued cases before courts at all levels of the federal judicial system, including the United States Supreme Court, and at all levels of the state judicial system, including the Louisiana Supreme Court.

Degrees

J.D., Tulane University Law School, 1978; B.S., Louisiana State University, 1973