USS SC-43, until July 1920 known as USS Submarine Chaser No. 43 or USS S. C. 43, was an SC-1-class submarine chaser built for the United States Navy during World War I. SC-43 was a wooden-hulled 110-foot submarine chaser built at the New York Navy Yard at Brooklyn, New York, she was commissioned on 16 May 1918 as USS Submarine Chaser No. 43, abbreviated at the time as USS S. C. 43. When the U. S. Navy adopted its modern hull number system on 17 July 1920, Submarine Chaser No. 43 was classified as SC-43 and her name was shortened to USS SC-43. On 24 June 1921, the Navy sold SC-43 to Joseph G. Hitner of Pennsylvania; this article incorporates text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. The entry can be found here. NavSource Online: Submarine Chaser Photo Archive: SC-43 The Subchaser Archives: The History of U. S. Submarine Chasers in the Great War Hull number: SC-43 Woofenden, Todd A. Hunters of the Steel Sharks: The Submarine Chasers of World War I. Bowdoinham, Maine: Signal Light Books, 2006.
Burleson LLP was an American law firm with offices in Denver, New Orleans and San Antonio. It closed its doors in December 2015. Burleson LLP was a full-service corporate law firm that served clients in a diverse range of industries, they were known for their expertise in energy and has a presence in every major North American oil and gas region. They represented companies in matters that include litigation and acquisitions, regulatory, real estate and restructuring, finance and employment and labor. Many of the firm's attorneys have worked in the energy industry, including backgrounds as corporate general counsel, petroleum engineers and geologists, which enabled the firm to bring extensive understanding and insight to the companies and individuals it serves. Burleson LLP was founded in April 2005. At its peak 105 attorneys worked for Burleson LLP, they had 5 offices in 4 different states: Texas, Louisiana and Pennsylvania. The attorneys of Burleson LLP were licensed to practice in over 20 states, collectively.
4 attorneys in Burleson LLP's Texas offices were Board Certified in Oil, Gas & Mineral Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Burleson LLP handled legal matters for clients in the major U. S. shale plays, including the Barnett, Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Mississippi Lime, Permian Basin and Woodford shale formations. 2005 - Burleson LLP was founded under the name Burleson Cooke by Richard L. Burleson and Dr. Claude E. Cooke in Houston, Texas with a few senior-level attorneys. 2009 - Burleson LLP opened an office in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 2010 - The San Antonio, Texas office of Burleson LLP is founded 2011 - Burleson LLP opened the Denver, Colorado office. 2015 - Burleson LLP announces that it would close at the end of 2015. 2014 2 Texas attorneys named as Texas SuperLawyers 2013 7 attorneys selected as "Who's Who in Energy," The American City Business Journals, 2013 Ranked #342 on the NLJ 350 list Named Rocky Mountain Law Firm of the Year Number 1 Largest Energy Law Firm in San Antonio, 2013 Named to National Law Journal "Midsize Hot List" 2012 Ranked #345 on the NLJ 350 list Number 1 Largest Energy Law Firm in San Antonio, 2012 Ranked among Largest Energy Law Practices in Pittsburgh, 2012 Ranked in Houston Fast 100, 2012 7 attorneys selected as "Who's Who in Energy," 2012 2 Attorneys named as Texas SuperLawyers 2 Attorneys named as Pennsylvania Rising Stars 2011 Ranked in Houston Fast 100, 2011 Ranked as a 2011 Top Workplace in Houston 4 attorneys selected as "Who's Who in Energy," 2011 Burleson LLP http://www.burlesonllp.com