Ashley Gable works with oil and gas companies in most phases or the energy and oil and gas industry, including title work, litigation of landowner and royalty owner demands, matters involving mineral leases and other related contracts, disputes between operators and non-operators, and suits concerning environmental damage to property.
Ashley also practices in the intellectual property sector. Her intellectual property practice focuses primarily on trademark clearance and prosecution (filing, appeals, and maintenance of applications and registrations).
Ashley additionally handles general commercial litigation matters, including breach of contract cases, business disputes, and employment issues.
Represented a working interest owner in complex, multi-jurisdictional litigation arising from the occurrence of the Bayou Corne Sinkhole in Assumption Parish, Louisiana. Prior to trial, Ashley and the Bradley Murchison litigation team obtained favorable summary judgments resulting in the dismissal of all tort and breach of contract claims brought against the firm’s client by the nation’s largest independent brine producer.
Order of the Coif, 2014
Louisiana Law Review, Junior Editor, 2013; Senior Editor, 2014
Wex Malone Inn of Court, Member, 2014
Chancellor’s List, Fall 2011, Spring 2012
Paul M. Hebert Scholar, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014
CALI Awards for Highest Grade in Mineral Law, Criminal Law, and Employment Discrimination