In Episode 5, Clinton is joined by the man who is founder of Langley & Banack’s Karnes City Office and Clinton’s father, Richard Butler. In this episode, Clinton and Richard will explore in depth the ever changing nature of the Executive Right (the right to enter into an oil and gas lease) and how that right has evolved over time. The conversation will focus on a new Texas Supreme case that has drastically changed Executive Right law and which Clinton and Richard were key players on.
Clinton M. Butler
Clinton Butler is a Shareholder who works in both the San Antonio and Karnes City Offices and also serves as the Chair of Langley & Banack, Inc.’s Oil, Gas & Energy practice group. Clinton’s oil and gas practices primarily center around representing landowners in transaction and litigation matters. In addition to his litigation practice, he has negotiated numerous transactions on behalf of his landowner clients related to the development of the Eagle Ford and Permian Shale mineral plays including, but not limited to, oil and gas leases; top leases; pipeline, road, and surface use easements; and water use agreements. While most of Clinton’s clients are individual landowners located in South Texas, he also represents a variety of large and small businesses in both litigation and transactional matters involving the development of the Eagle Ford and Permian Shale mineral plays.
In addition to his busy oil and gas practice, Clinton is very active in commercial, construction, and fiduciary based litigation. His client base ranges from large companies such as Buc-ee’s, Ltd., Southstar Bank, and South Texas Electric Cooperative to small business owners and individuals. While Clinton aggressively fights for his clients, he firmly believes that zealous advocacy must also be matched with an ethical and good natured attitude in order to achieve the best results possible for his clients.