Bob McFadden is a member of Foulston’s real estate, energy and environmental law team. Bob grew up in Wichita and graduated from Pittsburg State University with a B.S. in Engineering. After graduation and before entering law school, he spent a year gaining worldly experience backpacking Australia and the Pacific. From there Bob attended Washburn University School of Law where he discovered a passion for real estate and energy law.
Bob assists clients with a wide variety of legal matters related to oil and gas production, real estate development, wind and solar energy, and other natural resource mining. He negotiates and drafts the gamut of agreements in the commercial real estate and energy industries, including oil and gas leases, purchase and sale agreements, easements, operating agreements, farmout agreements, unitization agreements, and surface use and saltwater disposal agreements. In particular, he enjoys the mineral, oil and gas title examination process, and is on the faculty of the Mineral Title Examination course at Washburn University School of Law. Bob also represents clients in administrative proceedings before the Kansas Corporation Commission and actively participates in the Kansas oil and gas bar.
summa cum laude; Washburn Law Journal; Dawson Scholar; CALI Award in the following courses: Real Estate Transactions, Advanced Oil & Gas Law, Contracts, Secured Transactions, Civil Procedure, Remedies, Debtor/Creditor Relations, Decedents’ Estates and Trusts, Legal Analysis, Research & Writing I and II
Pittsburg State University
(B.S. in Engineering, 2008)
- Kansas (2016)
- Colorado (2019)