J. Howard Marshall
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J. Howard Marshall
James Howard Marshall II was an American business magnate, university professor, attorney, and federal government official. His life spanned more than nine decades and almost the entire history of the oil industry, from the early years when uncontrolled production depleted valuable fields and natural gas was burned at the well head, to the decades of energy shortages and the Arab Oil Embargo.
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Max Taam wins Power of Four race - Aspen Daily News
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J. Marshall Thomson, 32, of Crested Butte, won the race with a time of 3:43:27. Stevie Kremer, 27, of Crested Butte, was the top women's finisher with a time of 3:55:21, good for seventh place overall. The first two-thirds of the race took place on the
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City receives award for MiWay site - Mississauga
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The City received the Peter J. Marshall Innovation Award from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario during its annual conference, held this week in London. The award recognizes municipal governments who've demonstrated excellence in the use of
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MiWay Mobile Site Pockets Another Award Recognizing Innovation - City of Mississauga (press release)
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The City of Mississauga's MiWay Mobile Site brings home another accolade with the Peter J. Marshall Innovation Award, received during the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) annual conference in London, Ontario from August 21 to 24
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Charley Fox Memorial wins award - London Community News
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London Mayor Joe Fontana and John Lucas, acting director of Roads and Transportation, accepted the Peter J. Marshall 2011 Municipal Innovation Award (Certificate of Merit) on Wednesday (Aug. 24) morning on behalf of the city
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Kentucky Elder Abuse Attorneys Call for Proactive Efforts to Combat Bedbugs in ... - PR Web (press release)
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J. Marshall Hughes and Lee Coleman of Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers say double-digit growth means bedbug infestations must be stopped before they happen. Kentucky nursing home abuse and neglect attorney J. Marshall Hughes [O]perators of nursing homes
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Robert J. Di Cesare - phillyBurbs.com
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He leaves behind his beloved wife and childhood sweetheart of more than 50 years, Carol J. Marshall Di Cesare; three daughters, Cheryl A. Mc Grath (John), Robbin J. Di Cesare (David Daniels) and Kimberly A. Di Cesare-Liberto (John); five grandchildren,
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James M. Jimenez, 60 - BlueRidgeNow.com
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HENDERSONVILLE — James "Jimmy J" Marshall Jimenez, 60, of Hendersonville went to be with the Lord peacefully at his home, with his loved ones by his side Thursday afternoon, August 11, 2011. A native of Tampa, Fla., he was the son of the late Charles
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Ellwood City businessman accused of sex assault - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
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Harold J. Marshall Jr., 51, is charged with aggravated indecent assault, indecent assault and indecent assault of an unconscious person. Mr. Marshall owns Marshall Funeral Home and is the former president of the Ellwood City Chamber of Commerce
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Veterans LD Trophy draw - Huddersfield Examiner
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First Round A Butterfield v M Lever, K Gant v L Drury, C Harpin v S Winterburn, L Greenwood v S Ray, M House v S Bentley, E Hirst v J Thompson, M Wrigley v P McDonagh, J Best v S Carroll, R Piccavey v J Gee, M Nicholson, v J Marshall, S Joyce v A
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Latest sports results - Knox Journal
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Best: Emerald: N Jansen, D Paull, E Pascoe, S Paull, S Steer, J Marshall. Alexandra: J Krijt, S Steiner, D Bourke, B McGillivray, M Mawson, A Lorimer. Goals: Powelltown: DO'Neill 6, A De Keizer 5, C Betka 3, P Betka, A Clark, R Green, B Walker
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Blues aiming to finish well - Maroondah Weekly
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Best: Emerald: N Jansen, D Paull, E Pascoe, S Paull, S Steer, J Marshall. Alexandra: J Krijt, S Steiner, D Bourke, B McGillivray, M Mawson, A Lorimer. Goals: Powelltown: DO'Neill 6, A De Keizer 5, C Betka 3, P Betka, A Clark, R Green, B Walker
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New Guide to the SEC Rules Rewarding Whistleblowers - Government Accountability Project (blog)
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As an attorney who represents clients who submit "tips" to the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) through its new whistleblower program, I have recently published a guide to the
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COMMUNITY VOICES: Ready for the CLASS Act? - Fall River Herald News
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Let's hope that this CLASS Act is truly a “class act” and serves the purpose under which it was formulated. Joseph Marshall is an investment adviser and president of J. Marshall Associates in Fall River. Community Voices is a weekly column featuring
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Fall River's FROED adds 4 committees to focus efforts - Fall River Herald News
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The education committee is chaired by Fernando J. Garcia, executive committee vice president and owner of Fall River Ford, Inc. Joseph A. Marshall, FROED board member, and founder/president of J. Marshall Associates Financial Services chair the public
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Whistleblower Lawyer David J. Marshall Authors Guide to SEC Whistleblower ... - Benzinga
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Whistleblower Lawyer David J. Marshall Authors Guide to SEC Whistleblower Program in Connection with the DC Bar's Continuing Legal Education Program Whistleblower lawyer David J. Marshall has published an informative guide that helps whistleblowers and
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Albright namesake's descendant donates to college - Reading Eagle
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The endowment was a welcome surprise for the college, said Barbara J. Marshall, college spokeswoman. "It sort of came out of nowhere," she said. "It is not meant to replace financial aid." Students will have five years after graduation to repay the
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Kings sit on top - NW Evening Mail
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S Milmine 12 H Whitehouse 21, J Cupid 21 M Fearn 17, E Dawson 15 J Marshall 21, D Turner 21 H Lancaster 12, K Fitzsimmons 21 P King 18, F Ford 21 S Clark 20, M Arnold 19 K Clarke 21, P Whitehouse 14 W Kavanagh 21. Totals: 4 and 6
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of J. Howard Marshall
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1995
    Age 90
    Marshall died of natural causes at the age of 90 in Houston, Texas on August 4, 1995.
    More Details Hide Details Following Marshall's death, Anna Nicole Smith (who died on February 8, 2007) became involved in a court battle with her former stepson, E. Pierce Marshall (who died on June 20, 2006). J. Howard's will and trust did not include Anna Nicole or J. Howard's other son, J. Howard Marshall III. The legal dispute worked its way through both state and federal courts as Anna Nicole and J. Howard III sought to overturn the will and trust. In 2001, they both lost their cases during a six-month Texas state court jury trial, upholding Marshall's will and trust. During the probate proceedings, Smith declared bankruptcy in California and was awarded $474 million as a sanction for alleged misconduct. In 2002, the bankruptcy judgment was vacated and her award was reduced to $88 million in a Federal District Court in California. In December 2004, a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the District Court decision under the probate exception, ruling that the federal courts lacked jurisdiction over state probate matters. The 9th Circuit decision also affirmed the primacy of Texas Probate decision which determined that no misconduct had taken place and that Smith was not one of J. Howard Marshall's heirs. However, on May 1, 2006, the Supreme Court in Marshall v. Marshall reversed the ninth circuit's decision regarding the probate exception, allowing Smith another opportunity to pursue her claims in federal court.
  • 1994
    Age 89
    In 1994, at the age of 89, he married 26-year-old model Anna Nicole Smith.
    More Details Hide Details Their marriage lasted fourteen months until his death.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1961
    Age 56
    His second marriage, to Bettye Bohannon, lasted from 1961 until her death in 1991.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1944
    Age 39
    In 1944, after developing a relationship with Paul G. Blazer, he became Vice Chairman and President of Ashland Oil and Refining Co.. (now Ashland Inc. Later positions included Executive Vice President at Signal Oil & Gas under Samuel B. Mosher (1952), President of Union Texas Petroleum (1960) and Executive Vice President of Allied Signal (all now Honeywell (1967), Union Texas Petroleum Holdings was later sold by Allied Signal to ARCO and merged into BP),until his semi-retirement in 1969.
    More Details Hide Details Marshall remained active in the energy industry through many personal endeavors with Great Northern Oil Company, Koch Industries, Coastal Corporation (now El Paso Corporation), Independent Refinery, International Oil and Gas, various exploration syndicates and culminating in 1984, when he founded Marshall Petroleum. Throughout many of his endeavors, Marshall turned most of his business associations into friendships; including J.R. Parten, Fred Koch and his sons, Oscar Wyatt and E.O. Buck. Marshall turned his investment in Great Northern Oil Co. with Fred Koch during the 1950s into a 16% stake in Koch Industries, now America's second largest privately held company. When his eldest son J. Howard Marshall III sided with Bill Koch, Fredrick Koch and other collateral family members in a failed attempt to take over Koch Industries from Charles Koch and David Koch, he purchased back company stock given previously as a gift and removed the eldest son from his estate plan. Conversely, during the same dispute, his son E. Pierce Marshall sided with his father, Charles Koch and David Koch.
  • 1941
    Age 36
    In 1941, he was called back to Washington, D.C. during the war as Solicitor of the Petroleum Administration for War, helping develop America's energy policy during the war including the Cole Pipeline Act of 1941, and later as a member of the Committee on Reparations, the National Petroleum Council and the American Petroleum Institute.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1935
    Age 30
    In 1935, he left government service to become the special counsel to the president (Kenneth R. Kingsbury) of Standard Oil of California (now Chevron) in San Francisco, and began his long career as an oilman.
    More Details Hide Details Another two years later he became a partner at the firm Pillsbury Madison Sutro (now known as Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman), which was the company's outside counsel. It was at Standard Oil of California that he began a lifelong business association and friendship with his mentor Ralph K. Davies.
    During his first tour at Interior, he authored Code of Fair Competition for the Petroleum Industry (1933), and the Connally Hot Oil Act of 1935 in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to strike down the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA).
    More Details Hide Details Specifically, it revived the portion of the original legislation that regulated the flow of oil between states. Ostensibly enacted to protect the industry from "contraband oil" in order to stabilize falling prices.
  • 1933
    Age 28
    In 1933, he left Yale to become the Assistant Solicitor at the Department of the Interior under Harold L. Ickes.
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  • 1931
    Age 26
    Marshall married Eleanor Pierce in 1931 and divorced in 1961.
    More Details Hide Details They had two sons together: J. Howard Marshall III (born February 6, 1936) and E. Pierce Marshall (January 12, 1939 – June 20, 2006).
    Upon graduation he served from 1931 to 1933 as an Assistant Dean at Yale Law School and his teaching schedule during these years has been definitively documented.
    More Details Hide Details At the same time, he was producing scholarship as a member of the influential legal realist school of thought, working with future Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas on an article entitled A Factual Study of Bankruptcy Administration and Some Suggestions. However, his most influential works, done with Norman Meyers, were two articles entitled Legal Planning of Petroleum Production. These pioneering studies offered an alternative to the then-current practices of controlled production among the oil industry, which were leading to dramatic boom/bust cycles, and gained the interest of the government, especially since the legal minds behind the New Deal were staunch legal realists.
    He graduated magna cum laude from Yale Law School in 1931.
    More Details Hide Details At Yale, he was case editor of the Yale Law Journal and studied with the law and economics pioneer Walton Hale Hamilton.
  • 1926
    Age 21
    Born in Germantown, Pennsylvania, J. Howard Marshall II attended George School, a private high school in Newtown, Pennsylvania, and then studied liberal arts at Haverford College, both Quaker institutions, graduating in 1926.
    More Details Hide Details While at George School and Haverford he edited the school newspapers, captained the debate teams and was an All American soccer player and played competitive tennis under the instruction of professional Bill Tilden.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1905
    Age 0
    Born in 1905.
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