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Kasey Schlueter


2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 450, Cheyenne, WY 82001

Kasey assists energy and resource clients in Wyoming on a wide range of disputes and regulatory issues.

Kasey advises clients on complex and routine regulatory issues, with a focus on Wyoming state tax. When clients face disputes, she represents their interests in litigation, including employment matters and workplace safety cases. Kasey draws from her experience before a variety of Wyoming courts and agencies to help clients with all aspects of judicial and administrative proceedings, including motions practice, discovery, dispute resolution, and appellate briefing.


Kasey represents and counsels clients in litigation matters, including:

  • Commercial disputes
  • Oil & Gas litigation
  • Environmental litigation

Kasey has experience representing clients before agencies, commissions, and courts, including:

  • Wyoming Board of Equalization
  • Wyoming Supreme Court
  • US District Court of Wyoming
  • Wyoming Environmental Quality Council
  • Wyoming Office of Administrative Hearings
  • US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Client Results

  • Successfully represented two large oil & gas companies in severance tax appeals addressing transportation deduction issues
  • Achieved a preliminary injunction granting client possession of property until the merits of the case were decided

  • Obtained summary judgment in state court for an employer in a wrongful termination case


Speaking Engagements


Bar Admissions

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • Friday Food Bag Foundation Board Member
    • 2022 recipient of the Wyoming Education Association Friend of Education Award
  • Federal Bar Association, Wyoming Chapter, Member

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