Current and recent clients include: the Western Urban Water Coalition, the 13th Region of Alaska Natives, the Geothermal Energy Association, the Metropolitan Water Department for Southern California and numerous major urban water agencies in the western United States, Burlington Resources, Morgan Stanley Real Estate, El Paso Natural Gas, the Governor of Pennsylvania and numerous counties and municipalities nationwide, Boeing, Stark Investments and other financial companies, Magna Entertainment and other racing and gaming interests, business and community groups nationwide and many others.
As a former high level resources official at the Department of Interior, Congressional staff member, and the highest state resources official in Alaska, Guy works easily and authoritatively with those in office now on difficult legal and policy issues where knowledge and credibility are essential. Strategic counseling, focused representation, negotiation and litigation are all tools used with the Congress and the key resources agencies of the federal government including Interior, Energy, EPA, Agriculture, Commerce and the White House, among others.
Prior to practicing law, Guy served as the Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Land and Water Resources, and prior to that he was the Commissioner of Natural Resources for the State of Alaska. He also served as the Director and Washington, D.C. Counsel for the State of Alaska District of Columbia Office. Guy started his career as a Legislative Assistant to Congressman Nick Begich (Alaska).
Guy earned his law degree from the University of Colorado Law School in 1967 and his bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado in 1964.