Two energy transactions lawyers have joined Fulbright & Jaworski LLP's global energy practice. Patrick Groomes and Anthony Danti come from Kirkland and Ellis LLP and will be partners in Fulbright's Washington, D.C., office.
Groomes and Danti concentrate on electric power and renewable energy matters and have experience in oil and gas, coal, energy trading, and energy transportation matters.
Groomes advises clients on structuring, development, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), divestitures, financing, workouts and restructurings and has experience in the renewable and fossil-fired electric generation spaces.
He is a former energy analyst who served as in-house counsel for two independent power producers early in his career and also advises clients on commercial energy matters, including complex hedging, power, fuel, transportation and other energy-related agreements.
Danti has experience in M&A, divestitures, workouts and restructurings in the electric generation and midstream oil and gas sectors. He has also counseled clients on the development of solar, wind and other renewable energy resources and the acquisition of interests in these projects through joint ventures and equity participations.