Daniel P. Beiter
Associate

Daniel P. Beiter joined WattThompson in 2015 to practice oil and gas, natural resource, and business law. Mr. Beiter graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in History and Sociology. After graduation he completed the Professional Land Management Certificate Program at TCU and began work as a landman performing field and title analyses on exploratory projects in Wyoming and Montana. In the year before beginning law school, Mr. Beiter attended the Engineer Officer's course at Ft. Leonard-Wood Missouri to complete his military training in the United States Army. Upon completion of his engineer training, Mr. Beiter entered the University of Houston Law Center to pursue his JD. While there, he focused largely on oil and gas, international and commercial arbitration, and business and securities law. He received his JD in May of 2015, and was admitted to practice in Texas November of 2015.

Mr. Beiter continues to serve as an engineer officer with the United States Army Reserve and has held various command and staff positions in both construction and combat units. He is active with army officer and engineer alumni organizations.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  • University of Texas, B.A., 2011
  • University of Houston Law Center, J.D., 2015

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Bar Association – Science and Technology Section
  • State Bar of Texas – Oil, Gas, and Energy Resources Law Section

PRACTICE AREAS

  • Oil, Gas and Natural Resources
  • Energy Transactions
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Commercial and Securities Litigation

INTERESTS

  • In his spare time, Mr. Beiter enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and other outdoor sports and recreation. He is also spends time traveling with family and working on projects in his blacksmithing and woodworking shop.

Daniel P. Beiter
dbeiter@wattthompson.com
D: +1 713.547.4166

1800 Pennzoil Place
South Tower
711 Louisiana Street
Houston, TX 77002
T: +1 713.650.8100
F: +1 713.650.8141

Practice Areas
Oil, Gas and Natural Resources
Energy Transactions
Mergers and Acquisitions
Commercial and Securities
Litigation