Mr. Page offers over 11 years of experience in domestic and international partnerships and corporate organizations along with a broad base of experience in domestic and international commercial real estate development, commercial contracting and regulatory law, including environmental legislation, permitting and Brownsfield re-development. Mr. Page graduated from The University of Texas with a Bachelors of Science in Molecular Biology and, after several years of research at Baylor College of Medicine at the Texas Medical Center, Mr. Page was conferred with his Doctorate of Jurisprudence in 1994 from South Texas College of Law.
After a period of private practice representing emerging companies in the medical, personal services, telecommunications and energy services sectors in such matters as corporate structuring, corporate governance, regulatory issues and real estate development, Mr. Page became in-house counsel for Schlumberger Limited. During his tenure with Schlumberger, Mr. Page served in various positions including managing the provision of legal services to the company’s Corporate Real Estate Group, its Global Trade Control and Export Organization and its Global Environmental, Health and Safety Organization,. Mr. Page lived three years in England serving as Corporate Counsel for the Company’s United Kingdom-based seismic company and provided lead counsel for the creation and re-structuring of the company’s 4 billion dollar seismic joint venture that included operations and registrations in more than 60 countries worldwide. Mr. Page also served as Corporate Counsel for the UK-based, Joint Venture’s Marine Division; a company with a fleet in excess of 40 vessels generating revenues in excess of 769 million dollars in more than 30 countries of operation.
Mr. Page’s experience includes serving as a Director and Officer to various domestic and international companies, including companies registered in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Panama, the British Virgin Islands and England. As well, Mr. Page has provided regulatory and commercial counsel on more than 500 million dollars of development projects, including Brownfields re-development, in such states as Texas, South Carolina, New York and California. Mr. Page has been published on several occasions in the Environmental Corporate Counsel Report and The Journal of Biological Chemistry and has spoken and participated in round-table panels at several industry-related association events.
Mr. Page is happily married to the former Miss Deborah Daugherty and they are the proud parents of eight-year old Grant Aaron and seven-year old Brittany Nichole. The Page family was among the early founding families of Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Sugar Land where Joe served as Chairman of the Architectural Selection Committee and the Building Committee for the Churches’ Master Plan and first building program.