Our presentation on "Inverse Condemnation Exposure and Management for the Energy Industry" will be available for viewing during the 2020 American Association of Professional Landmen's (AAPL) Annual Meeting. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this event will be held virtually and presentations will be prerecorded and available to view on demand after the scheduled live run time on June 18th. Registration is required, but access will be available as a complimentary benefit for all AAPL members.
The 2020 event still promises to be a professional development and land conference unlike any other, packed with opportunities for education geared specifically for the land professional. The opening session, awards ceremony, membership business meeting and all education sessions will be pre-recorded in this virtual program, and education credits will still be offered. With a lineup of respected experts covering a variety of topics, the 66th Annual Meeting offers something for professionals at every stage of their career.
AAPL is the land profession’s trusted resource for support, ethical standards of practice, career advancement and legislative advocacy. They help enhance the integrity, professional standing and earning potential of their members through the organization’s Code of Ethics, Standards of Practice and Certification Program. AAPL helps in moving individuals toward their professional goals.
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