HOUSTON – June 14, 2017 – Nineteen energy and environmental attorneys at the international law firm of Greenberg Traurig, LLP are recognized in Euromoney’s 2017 Expert Guide for experts in Energy and Environment Law.
The Euromoney Expert Guides are updated annually. 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 and Environment Expert Guide is a publication of Euromoney Institutional Investor’s Legal Media Group.
The following Greenberg Traurig shareholders are included in the 2017 Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Experts in Energy Law:
- Derek J. Anchondo, Houston
- Douglas C. Atnipp, Houston
- Francis (Frank) R. Bradley III, Houston
- Iskender H. Catto, New York
- William Garner, Houston
- Tony Guerino II, Houston
- Jude Kearney, Washington, D.C.
- Todd F. Kimbrough, Austin and Washington, D.C.
- Gregory K. Lawrence, Boston and Washington, D.C.
- James R. Leahy, Houston
- Dane McKaughan, Austin
- Kenneth M. Minesinger, Washington, D.C.
- Howard L. Nelson, Washington, D.C.
- Jennifer H. Weddle, Denver
The following Greenberg Traurig shareholders are included in the 2017 Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Experts in Environmental Law:
- Kerri L. Barsh, Miami
- Christopher L. Bell, Houston and Washington, D.C.
- David G. Mandelbaum, Philadelphia
- Cate Sharp, London
- Robert H. Traurig, Miami
Anchondo focuses his practice on domestic and international oil and gas and energy transactions.
Atnipp focuses his practice on energy finance and energy-related transactions.
Bradley focuses his practice on banking, energy finance, cross-border transactions, and private placement of debt instruments in the oil and gas industry.
Catto, chair of the firm’s Power Industry Projects and Restructuring Practice, advises clients on complex energy transactional matters, including asset acquisitions, project development, mergers, and restructurings.
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.
Kearney, chair of Greenberg Traurig’s Africa Practice, focuses his practice on international project finance and regulatory matters involving power and oil and gas projects.
Lawrence focuses his practice on the electricity and natural gas industries, and is experienced in appearing before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and multiple state utility commissions.
Leahy, chair of the firm’s Energy Litigation Practice, has broad experience in oil and gas litigation, from production and drilling disputes to pipeline and regulatory issues.
Kimbrough focuses his practice on regulatory and market issues for participants in electricity markets in the United States and abroad.
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 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.
Weddle, co-chair of Greenberg Traurig's American Indian Law Practice, has experience in complex regulatory and jurisdictional issues, with a focus on energy and Indian law, handling a variety of matters for tribal and non-tribal clients.
Sharp is co-managing shareholder of the firm's London office, and focuses her practice on safety-related work in the energy, chemicals, and manufacturing fields.
Barsh, co-chair of Greenberg Traurig's Environmental Practice, focuses her practice on public and private entities on an array of environmental regulatory, permitting, and litigation matters.
Bell focuses on civil and criminal enforcement and investigations, litigation, compliance counseling, emergency incident response, and legislative and regulatory advocacy.
Mandelbaum, co-chair of Greenberg Traurig's Environmental Practice, represents natural gas exploration and production companies, regularly handles permit appeals and citizen suits, and has handled some of the largest Superfund matters in the United States.
Traurig is one of the founders of the firm and focused his practice on a large number of developers and builders in real property and land use matters, along with matters involving administrative law and governmental relations.
About Greenberg Traurig, LLP – Global Energy and Infrastructure Practice
Greenberg Traurig's Global Energy and Infrastructure Practice is known for its broad-ranging representation of upstream and midstream energy companies as well as renewable energy companies and traditional power generation companies. The firm's energy practice is further distinguished by lawyers with broad FERC experience and multifaceted energy finance representations. Several of Greenberg Traurig’s energy attorneys are former General Counsel at energy industry companies and provide a valuable business perspective for our energy clients across the globe. Greenberg Traurig's Global Energy and Infrastructure Practice expanded significantly in Latin America and Europe with the establishment of Mexico City and Warsaw offices.
About Greenberg Traurig’s Environmental Practice
Greenberg Traurig’s Environmental Practice assists clients with issues under the environmental and natural resource laws that affect their businesses. The firm’s environmental attorneys assist with securing permits and approvals; negotiate and close transactions; defend clients in enforcement actions; handle a broad range of environmental and toxic tort litigation; ensure the understanding and satisfaction of regulatory requirements; prepare for and respond to emergencies; craft approaches for legacy cleanup issues; and develop solutions for product regulation, market access, and environmental policy challenges.
About Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Greenberg Traurig, LLP (GTLaw) has more than 2,000 attorneys in 38 offices in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East and is celebrating its 50th anniversary. One firm worldwide, GTLaw has been recognized for its philanthropic giving, was named the largest firm in the U.S. by Law360 in 2017, and among the Top 20 on the 2016 Am Law Global 100. Web: www.gtlaw.com Twitter: @GT_Law.