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Stacey was selected to speak at the 21st Annual Changing Face of Water Law Conference hosted by the State Bar of Texas. Stacey will be speaking about the groundwater application and permitting process during the 3 day virtual conference on February 10-12, 2021. The conference is designed to educate lawyers about the rapidly evolving area of water […]

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Stacey was recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer, a honor received by less than 5% of the lawyers in the state. Super Lawyers 2020 Stacey V. Reese

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Stacey spoke about the importance of protecting private property rights when developing the management standard for aquifers during the joint planning process. Stacey informed her audience of groundwater conservation districts and stakeholders that Texas law requires districts to select a management standard for their aquifers that affords all groundwater owners an opportunity to produce a […]

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Stacey was selected to speak on a case law panel at the Annual Texas Aquifer Conference in Austin, Texas on June 12-13, 2019. Stacey will speak on recent legislation, litigation and the meaning of “fair share” as it relates to property owners’ groundwater rights. More information about the conference can be found at www.agwt.org.

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Stacey was recently selected as general counsel for a groundwater conservation district allowing her to enhance the depth and breadth of her water law practice while also utilizing the valuable legal skills she has obtained from her broad litigation practice. Stacey continues to represent private clients in all faucets of groundwater permitting and related litigation.

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Stacey will serve on the case law panel at the annual Texas Groundwater Summit on August 28-30.

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Stacey was selected as one of the top 18 Litigation Attorneys in Austin by Expertise.  Expertise reviewed 197 firms and selected firms based on reputation, credibility, experience, availability and professionalism.   View the full write-up at https://www.expertise.com/tx/austin/litigation-attorneys

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The Final Judgment rendered by Judge Campbell of the 21st Judicial District Court in Bastrop County, Texas in Meyer et al. v. Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation Dist. et al., Cause No. 29,696, has been appealed to the 3rd Court of Appeals in Austin. On January 4, 2018, Judge Campbell signed a Final Judgment in favor […]

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Bastrop judge to decide if landowners can fight water permit in court

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