Elizabeth Robertson Taber is a Tort and Environmental Litigation partner in the Houston office of King & Spalding. Ms. Taber represents clients in the energy and oilfield services industries in a broad spectrum of litigation, including products liability, environmental contamination, oil and gas-related disputes, and complex commercial matters. Ms. Taber has experience in large-scale, multi-party and multidistrict litigation, as well as individual product liability and tort actions.
Prior to joining King and Spalding, Ms. Taber obtained her J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Houston Law Center, where she was a Senior Articles Editor on the Houston Journal of International Law and a member of the school’s moot court team. She graduated from the University of Texas in Austin, with highest honors, where she obtained a degree in journalism.
"Nuisance Verdicts in the Barnett Shale: Two claims arising out of the same natural gas operations yield two very different verdicts," King & Spalding Energy Newsletter (July 2014)
"Hydraulic Fracturing" Verdict in Texas State Court --Texas family recovers $3 million based on nuisance theory," King & Spalding Energy Newsletter (May 2014)
"Texas Supreme Court Issues Opinion with Implications for Power Purchase Agreements," King & Spalding Energy Newsletter (May 2014)
"Putting It Into Practice: Litigating and Settling Claims with Medicare Beneficiaries," Presentation to Houston Association of Legal Support Managers (May 2015)