Frank Erisman assists the extractive industries in the location, exploration, development and production of minerals from public, private and Native lands. Frank’s mineral know-how extends to most minerals, from argentite in Colorado to zeolites in Wyoming and most of the commercial minerals in between. His main experience has been working with clients advancing coal, uranium, and precious and base metal as well as industrial mineral projects.
An accomplished arbitrator, Frank has been involved in numerous American Arbitration Association and party-appointed arbitration matters involving disputes over the ownership of mineral interests and the interpretation of mineral transaction documents.
Additionally, Frank has negotiated on behalf of small and large landowners in transactions with parties desiring to explore and potentially develop their land’s private mineral interests.
Frank has decades of experience of working on land use, governmental leases and concessions, acquisition and sale of mineral properties, the financing and security of mining properties and mining claims. He assists clients with their interests worldwide, including Russia, Uzbekistan, Mongolia, Myanmar, Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador and Suriname.
Agency Actions and Rulemaking | Public Lands and Endangered Species | Water Law
Large Landowner Mineral Work
Mineral Company Work
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