We provide clients with practical, value-added, strategic counsel on their environmental, land use, and natural resources compliance, enforcement issues, on litigation, and on their energy regulatory and transactional matters. The depth of our firm’s environmental and energy practices combined with our “one-firm” model allows us to effectively represent clients pursuing the most complex and challenging projects and to successfully protect their interests in litigation or administrative and regulatory proceedings. Our thoroughly integrated approach differentiates us from our competitors, making us the preferred source for environmental and energy law solutions.
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Our clients are involved in every facet of conventional and alternative and renewable energy, as well as in developing products and services that improve energy efficiency and intelligence. They include renewable and non-renewable generators, manufacturers, gas and energy traders and marketers, financial institutions, energy service providers, investor-owned and municipal utilities, pipeline companies, industrial and commercial customers, sponsors and other investors, lenders, U.S. and foreign government agencies, multilaterals, and other public entities.
Our clients span a multitude of industries, including chemical, construction, consumer products, forestry, government, healthcare, life sciences, mining, real estate, retail, transportation, and water.
Some of our representative clients include AES Corporation, AltraBiofuels, AMB Property, L.P., Associated General Contractors of America, Apple Inc., AREVA, The Blackstone Group/Equity Office Properties, Calera Corp., Catchlight Energy, LLC, CH Energy Group, Inc., Constellation New Energy, Energy Biosciences Institute, Grocery Manufacturers Association, Inter-American Development Bank, First Solar, Genentech, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Mattel Inc., Meridian Energy USA, Inc., Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, The Nature Conservancy, OPIC, Plains All American Pipeline, Rio Tinto, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, Sierra Pacific Industries, Southwest Gas Corporation, State of Alaska, Sumitomo Corporation, Tokyo Gas, Toshiba, Union Pacific Corporation, and U.S. Department of Energy.