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Texas High Court Asked To Send Gas Theft Suit To Arbitration

Law360, Houston (June 12, 2013, 2:52 PM EDT) -- A natural gas leaseholder accused of stealing natural gas from DCP Midstream LP in order to resell it to the company told the Texas Supreme Court on Monday that the dispute is subject to an arbitration agreement DCP inked with an alleged co-conspirator.

Mike Karlin argued in a petition for review that he should be allowed to invoke an arbitration clause contained in a supply agreement DCP signed in 2006 that calls for Liquid Petroleum Resources Inc., which is also named in the suit, to deliver natural gas from leases partially owned by Karlin.

“On the one hand, DCP seeks the...

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