HOUSTON – April 30, 2015 – Eleven energy attorneys at the international law firm of Greenberg Traurig, LLP are recognized in Euromoney’s 2015 Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Experts in Energy Law.
The Euromoney Expert Guides for each practice area are updated every two years. According to its website, the publication invites senior practitioners across each practice area in more than 100 jurisdictions to nominate outstanding attorneys. Selected attorneys are subsequently reviewed through independent research. The ENERGY Expert Guide is a publication of Euromoney Institutional Investor’s Legal Media Group.
The following Greenberg Traurig shareholders are included in the 2015 Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Experts in Energy Law:
- Douglas C. Atnipp, Houston
- Nicolas Borda, Mexico City
- Francis (Frank) R. Bradley III, Houston
- William Garner, Houston
- Tony Guerino II, Houston
- Jude Kearney, Washington, D.C.
- James R. Leahy, Houston
- Dane McKaughan, Austin
- Kenneth M. Minesinger, Washington, D.C.
- Howard L. Nelson, Washington, D.C.
- Craig V. Richardson, Denver
Atnipp focuses his practice on energy finance and energy-related transactions.
Borda handles oil and gas transactions in upstream, midstream, and downstream sectors, as well as cross-border project development and regulatory matters.
Bradley focuses his practice on banking, energy finance, cross-border transactions, and private placement of debt instruments in the oil and gas industry.
Garner chair of the firm’s Renewable Energy Practice, has wide-ranging experience in domestic and international hydrocarbon and inert gas transactions, and renewable energy.
Guerino is experienced in representing energy companies and energy services firms in oil and gas litigation and international arbitration involving upstream operations.
Leahy, chair of the firm’s Energy Litigation Practice, has extensive experience in oil and gas litigation, from production and drilling disputes to pipeline and regulatory issues.
McKaughan focuses his practice on energy-related litigation matters involving regulated entities such as gas utilities and pipelines, electric utilities, and transmission providers.
Minesinger, co-chair of the firm's Global Energy and Infrastructure Practice, focuses his practice on the representation of sovereign clients in the development of their oil and gas resources, and energy litigation and regulatory matters before the before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), state regulatory commissions, and the U.S. Court of Appeals.
Nelson focuses his practice on energy litigation and regulatory matters before FERC, state public utility commissions, and the U.S. Court of Appeals.
Richardson focuses his practice on commercial and regulatory litigation, including oil and gas, environmental, and antitrust law, as well as all aspects of multi-jurisdictional permitting.