- New Orleans
Carl Rosenblum is a partner in the Litigation Practice Group. He focuses on representing parties involved in significant oil and gas contract disputes.
Carl counsels and advises clients with operations onshore and on the Outer Continental Shelf in the Gulf of Mexico. For more than three decades, he has represented independent producers, major producers, pipeline companies, oilfield service companies, seismic exploration companies, oil and gas management companies, financial institutions, and significant landowners.
Carl has handled hundreds of disputes concerning the rights and obligations of parties to joint operating agreements, oil and gas leases, royalty matters, exploration agreements, gas purchase contracts, drilling contracts, pipeline right-of-way agreements, farmout agreements, gas balancing agreements, and seismic permitting and exploration agreements. Carl led the team of lawyers who successfully enjoined the United States Government's Deepwater Drilling Moratorium. He is currently lead counsel asserting various breach of contract claims against the US Department of the Interior in connection with OCS decommissioning activities.
Carl practices in state and federal courts in Louisiana and Texas and has been admitted on a pro hac vice basis in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, New York, California, Florida, Delaware, and Wyoming.