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Shelley A. Barber
Partner — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions
Ryan Carney
Partner — Tax
I enjoy partnering with my clients to help them understand complex tax issues and solve tax problems in creative ways. The added bonus of my practice is that I get to work with great people both inside and outside the firm.
Lauren Davies
Partner — Energy Transactions & Projects
Kilian de Cintré of Vinson & Elkins London
Partner — Energy Transactions & Projects
Nick Henchie
Partner — International Construction Disputes
Nabil L. Khodadad
Partner — Energy Transactions & Projects
Brenda Lenahan
Partner — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions
After representing a company in an offering or other transaction, you often become a general resource for their ongoing legal needs and help quarterback the relationship. I love that collaboration and the feeling that I’m making a difference in helping a management team achieve its goals.
Benjamin Lippard
Partner — Environmental & Natural Resources
Washington, D.C.
Peter Marshall
Partner — Mergers & Acquisitions and Capital Markets
He's an M&A powerhouse; a businessperson’s lawyer who is creative and solutions-oriented. Peter can pull rabbits out of hats you didn’t know you were wearing, or even owned. – 2020 Chambers and Partners Market Commentator
Jorge Medina of Vinson and Elkins Los Angeles
Partner — Tax
Los Angeles
Clients appreciate that I provide a broader prospective when delivering advice, having spent over 20 years in renewable energy doing everything from working in an in-house capacity, to serving in a senior business role, to leading renewable energy and infrastructure practice groups at major law firms.
Andrew Nealon
Partner — Energy Transactions & Projects
Eamon Nolan of Vinson and Elkins New York
Partner — Project Development & Finance
Project development and finance is largely an exercise in problem solving – every project faces its own unique set of extremely complex challenges. We are fortunate to have clients that trust us to help them overcome those challenges with the development of what is usually a fundamentally important piece of infrastructure that serves a community or region.