Frank’s practice includes litigation regarding zoning and land use issues, public and federal lands issues, environmental laws, and negotiation of wind contracts, pipelines and transmission line right-of-ways, and oil and gas leases on behalf of landowners. Frank pioneered the concept of landowner group negotiation on such major right-of-ways as the one for Keystone XL, ONEOK, Hiland, Black Hills Power and others. Frank has taught Continuing Legal Education classes on the topics of zoning and land use planning and is a frequent presenter at wind related seminars and meetings. Frank has litigated cases before the Wyoming Supreme Court, the Wyoming Federal District Court and Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Frank is also licensed before the Courts in North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska.
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