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Attorney Alan D. Wenger - Oil & Gas Law Practice Group at Harrington, Hoppe & Mitchell

Attorney Alan D. Wenger is chair of the Oil & Gas Law Practice Group at Harrington, Hoppe & Mitchell, the Mahoning Valley's largest law firm.

Through his work with landowner groups and associations, thousands of local residents have benefited from his legal counsel on mineral rights leasing, compensation, easements and related issues in the Marcellus and Utica shales.

Wenger holds a bachelor's degree from Eastern Mennonite College in Harrisonburg, Va., and a law degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. He has practiced law in Ohio for more than 30 years.

At HHM, with offices in Youngstown, Warren and Salem, Wenger also serves as chair of the management committee. In addition to matters related to oil and gas exploration, land use and the environment, his practice areas include corporate law, public utilities law and school law.

Wenger is a former member of the South Range Local Board of Education and the executive committee of the Youngstown Area United Way. He is an avid cyclist and has served on the planning committee for the local Tour of the Valley road races. He lives in North Lima with his wife, Marilyn.

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