Find Lawyers in Portland, Oregon for Energy Law
Tom Grim is a partner of the firm and focuses his practice primarily on energy and public utility law. Mr. Grim represents clients in commercial transactions, administrative contested cases and judicial proceedings. Tom chaired the firm's energy practice group and has significant experience in all areas of energy law, including the following recent matters: Represents public utility clients as general counsel in all legal matters relating to the utility. Represented a public utility in the jo...
William Holmes is a partner in the Portland office of K&L Gates. He focuses his practice in the area of energy and infrastructure projects and transactions with an emphasis on wind energy, solar energy, hydroelectric power, geothermal, biomass, natural gas, carbon offsets, and energy storage. His experience extends into corporate transactions, water law, and real estate law. Bill also advises clients in negotiating major power purchase agreements, acquisition and sale of energy projects, ...
Adam is a nationally recognized attorney whose practice encompasses a wide array of tax matters for energy industry clients, including utilities, tax equity investors, and project developers and sponsors. Adam regularly represents clients who develop, acquire, or invest in renewable energy projects (including wind, solar, geothermal, waste-to-energy, biomass, hydroelectric, and other renewable energy generation facilities), energy storage facilities, and electric vehicle charging and other al...
Jennifer Martin is practice group leader for Stoel Rives’ Energy Development group and co-chair of the firm’s Energy & Natural Resources Industry Group. She represents energy clients in the negotiation of development-related agreements and advises on regulatory compliance related to deal structuring and implementation. In particular, clients have come to rely on Jennifer for her extensive experience with matters involving many aspects of developing, selling, or acquiring renew...
Tim McMahan is a partner of Stoel Rives who practices in the areas of energy, land use, real estate development, environmental and municipal law. Tim has extensive experience in representing energy facility developers, property owners and municipal clients in Washington and Oregon. Tim focuses his practice on leading interdisciplinary teams advocating for and defending energy facilities and other major infrastructure projects facing opposition. Tim co-chairs Stoel Rives’ Climate Change ...
David chairs Tonkon Torp's Real Estate & Land Use Practice Group, focusing his practice on land use and local government law. He has helped bring a wide range of development projects to fruition, including large-scale residential developments, big-box retail stores, educational and office campuses, mixed-use developments and master planned communities, and other industrial and commercial facilities. He has successfully represented clients before a wide range of permitting bodies including...
Energy Law Definition
Clients in this category represent multinational and state-owned oil and gas companies, pipeline and transport companies, biofuel producers, mining and mining equipment firms, electric utilities and independent power producers, nuclear and fossil fuel power plant developers, renewable energy companies (wind, solar, hydro, geothermal), energy efficiency and demand response enterprises, and investors and financiers to all of the foregoing.
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