Attorneys Offer to Tear Up Contract if Energy Companies Agree to Negotiate

Gladstone Jones, Angela Hill and Sandy Rosenthal. Photo/Ian Hoch

Gladstone Jones, Angela Hill and Sandy Rosenthal. Photo/Ian Hoch

On Tuesday April 8, speaking through Gladstone Jones, the three attorney groups representing the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East in its wetlands damages lawsuit against 97 oil, gas and pipeline companies proposed to waive fees they are owed if the companies agree within six months to begin negotiating.

Gladstone Jones, with the firm Jones, Swanson, Huddell and Garrison made the announcement on the Angela Hill radio show. Levees.org founder, Sandy Rosenthal, an invited guest of the show was present to hear the announcement in person and asked the studio manager for a photograph to record the important moment.

“What an amazing act of good faith,” said Rosenthal, immediately after the announcement.

One Response to “Attorneys Offer to Tear Up Contract if Energy Companies Agree to Negotiate”

  1. I feel so homely standing next to Angela and so short standing next to Glad!

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