Energy And Utility Attorney Job in Chattanooga, TN Near Me - 279992 |

Energy And Utility Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location Tennessee - Chattanooga

Job ID HZ03279992

Experience Level Midlevel Associate

Job Experience Min. 3 - Max. 4 Years

Ranking 3 : Mostly Business $$$

Practice Areas Energy and Oil & Gas - General

2023-01-18 06:17:49

Chattanooga office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks an energy and utility attorney with 3-4 years of experience as an attorney in one or more of these areas representation of municipal and cooperative electric utilities; broadband Internet facilities and services; governmental grant and loan financing; development of renewable energy and storage projects; renewable energy project financing; renewable energy tax issues; structure of development joint ventures; power purchase agreements; renewable energy project siting; environmental due diligence; and/or environmental permitting for renewable energy and utility facilities. The candidate will do documentation, negotiation, and structuring of renewable energy and utility transactions. Advise clients on alternative finance and ownership structures. Structure, draft, negotiate, and review financing documents. Advise clients on regulatory, compliance, environmental, tax issues, and policy matters related to energy and utility transactions. Represent project lenders, lessors, venture capital groups, investors, buyers, sellers, and borrowers. Represent parties in energy purchase and sale transactions. Advise clients regarding environmental due diligence related to energy and utility transactions. Complete legal support for project due diligence, loan documentation, and preparation of security instruments or guarantee agreements. Draft and negotiate leases, purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, easements, covenants, restriction agreements (or similar title agreements), amendments to any foregoing, etc., for energy and utility transactions. Facilitate closings and complete post-closing documentation and administration. Assist in legal issues relating to project management and ongoing contract support. Coordinate with other team members, including attorneys, paralegals, and staff members.

The candidate must have demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills. Must have strong verbal and written communication to effectively advocate for and work with various types of clients. Must have willingness to learn and develop additional expertise in legal and business matters relating to the electric utility and renewable energy projects. Must have willing to pitch in, collaborate, and support the growing law firm in a fast-paced environment. Must be able to identify, resolve, and close open issues and assist clients, staff, and colleagues with resolving issues that arise. Must be skilled at meeting strict deadlines under significant time pressure. Must have the ability to manage time and resources effectively and independently, and balance conflicting priorities.

This Tennessee-based law firm is more 120 years old and has three offices in the state. More than fifty skilled attorneys make up the firm. It has seven areas of practice. Automotive, business law and litigation-risk management are a number of its practice disciplines. The firm endorses diversity in the workplace and community outreach.

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The estimated salary for this position is $200,026*.