Power

For more than four decades, Latham & Watkins has helped clients around the world navigate virtually every discipline of environmental law to plan, evaluate, site, generate, transmit, and sell power derived from the full range of energy sources. From environmental review, to energy regulation and markets, from project finance and corporate transactions to disputes, Latham helps clients every step of the way.

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Advising on the Full Spectrum

Latham advises project developers, public and private utilities, as well as financial institutions and investors in the US, and around the world on all types of power issues.

View the Power practice list.

Latham helps clients:

  • Plan projects and secure permits, approvals, and agreements from the full spectrum of local, state, regional, federal, and tribal regulatory bodies
  • Understand the intersection of multiple jurisdictions
  • Defend approvals or litigate potential liabilities in state or federal courts, as well as before administrative bodies
  • Finance projects and complete mergers, acquisitions, sales, and other transactions
  • Organize and advocate for rulemaking, legislative, or policy change 

Specifically, Latham provides clients focused advice and representation in the following areas:

 
 
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