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On March 29, in the case captioned Shedden v. Anadarko E&P Co. LP, 2016 Pa. LEXIS 689 (Pa. 2016) (Slip Opinion No. J-7-2016, Case No. 103 MAP 2014), the Pennsylvania Supreme Court unanimously affirmed a lower court’s application of Pennsylvania’s equitable doctrine of “estoppel by deed” (also known as the rule of after-acquired title) to an oil and gas lease holding that an oil and gas lessee is entitled to the subsequently acquired oil and gas interests of the lessor.
DMC shareholder J. Lawson Johnston participated in The Knowledge Congress’ live webcast entitled “OSHA Proposed Constricted Recordkeeping Rules: Best Compliance Practices Uncovered!” on March 18.
Mr. Johnston was part of a three-person panel discussing the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) proposed rule which aims to clarify employers’ continuing duty to create and keep an accurate record of work-related illnesses and injuries. The rule issued and published in July 2015 revises the recordkeeping regulations elucidating employers’ recordkeeping duty as an ongoing obligation for five years.
Mr. Johnston gave an overview of the following topics:
- Authority to amend recordkeeping regulations
- Seven steps to the OSHA rulemaking process
- Effect of proposed rule on employers
- Employer preparedness and compliance
To listen to his 30-minute talk, click here.