MARGARET A. “PEGGY” SABADIE
- Real Estate Transactions
- Oil and Gas Title
- Governmental Ethics and State Lobbying Regulatons
Born: Marrero, Louisiana, May 22, 1977
Education: Louisiana State University (BS 1999), LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center (J.D., B.C.L., 2002)
Admitted to Practice: 2002, Louisiana
Member: Louisiana Bar Association, the Baton Rouge Bar Association, the Louisiana Land Title Association and the Ark-La-Tex Association of Professional Landmen.
Served as a staff attorney supervisor for the Louisiana State Board of Ethics primarily practicing in governmental ethics and executive and legislative lobbying regulation, December 2002 – July 2007
Independent Landman for an oil and gas company active in the Haynesville Shale in Northwest Louisiana specializing in research and analysis of complex mineral and leasehold ownership issues including mineral servitudes and lease maintenance in areas held by production and in identifying and addressing curative requirements. Experience abstracting surface, mineral and leasehold title from patent to current as well as researching and drafting mineral production history reports compiled from public records maintained by the Louisiana Office of Conservation, October 2008 – January 2012
Has practiced as a title attorney since 2012, primarily focused on title examinations and title opinions for residential and commercial transactions. Assists on large curative projects.