Top Marcellus Shale Attorney Michael Joy Heads West

BakerHostetler, one of the country’s top energy law firms, has lured MDN friend Michael Joy away from the Marcellus/Utica region to the sunnier mile-high climes of Denver, Colorado. Michael is an attorney with a long and distinguished resume. He also has a Ph.D. in geology. Michael once taught oil and gas law in the only program that teaches it in New York State (University at Buffalo). He later joined the Reed Smith law firm in Pittsburgh, practicing oil and gas law with the firm. Now he’s heading west, to help BakerHostetler with clients interested in expanding into the Marcellus/Utica. Our first memory of Michael was hearing him present at a Binghamton landowners meeting back in March 2011 (see Sizable Crowd Gathers in Binghamton to Hear Hear Expert Panel Discuss Marcellus Drilling’s Potential Impact on New York). We’ll never forget, at that meeting he answered the question, “If NY opens the door to drilling now, would anyone bother to show up and drill?” (see Audience Q&A About Marcellus Shale Drilling at Recent Landowner Meeting in Binghamton, NY). We wish Michael the very best in his new move. Here’s more about that move and Michael’s distinguished background…

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