Industry Team Leader(s)
- Michael B. Donald
- Marjorie A. McKeithen
- Admiralty & Maritime
- Alternative Energy
- Appellate Litigation
- Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors'-Debtors' Rights
- Business & Commercial Litigation
- Business & Commercial Transactions
- Corporate & Securities
- Corporate Compliance & White Collar Defense
- Disaster Preparedness & Recovery
- Economic Development
- Energy, Environment & Natural Resources
- Energy: Government Relations
- Energy: Litigation
- Energy: Oil & Gas
- Energy: Regulatory
- Energy: Transactional
- Environment & Natural Resources
- Environmental & Toxic Torts
- Health Care
- Insurance Coverage and Litigation Practice
- Labor & Employment
- Power Generation
- Project Development & Finance
- Real Estate: Land Use, Development & Finance
- Tax & Estates
Recipient of a four-ribbon rating in an EnergyPoint Research survey of industry clients.
Today's energy industry is as dynamic as the resource around which it is based. New technologies and increased global demand are transforming the production and distribution of energy, power and natural resources derived from traditional reserves. Consumers, businesses and legislators alike are actively calling for—and supporting—the development of power from renewable and alternative sources. Regulators continue to seek an effective balance between the needs of industry, the environment, and end users.
The energy team at Jones Walker has the experience, creativity and national footprint required to help industry clients adapt to changing circumstances and exploit new opportunities. We have represented domestic and international clients in matters from Arizona to New York and across the Gulf Coast of the United States. Our clients include major producers, independent producers, joint ventures, operators, pipeline companies, fabricators, service companies, refining and chemical companies, power generation and transmission companies, landowners, royalty interest owners, and financial institutions.
Our TeamOur energy attorneys have the technical and scientific backgrounds, regulatory and law-enforcement experience, and legal acumen—coupled with an unparalleled work ethic and the ability to think independently—to help clients address the full spectrum of energy-related issues. Our team includes former federal government regulators and general counsel for state agencies, U.S. attorneys and assistant U.S. attorneys, Judge Advocate General officers, judicial clerks, state legislators, and a former governor of Mississippi. A number of our partners hold faculty appointments at premier law schools around the country. We also have a strategic alliance with the Sullivan Group, a consulting firm founded by a former president of the Alabama Public Service Commission, which provides advice to clients on energy policy, public affairs, and regulatory and government issues.
Our ServicesWe advise clients on the full range of energy and natural resources matters involving oil and gas (upstream, midstream, and downstream, as well as onshore and offshore), power generation, alternative energy, mining and water. We handle complex energy transactions, help ensure regulatory compliance and resolution of conflicts with federal and state agencies, provide government relations services, and represent clients in all forms of industry-related disputes and litigation.
- Jones Walker and The Sullivan Group Announce Alliance
- Jones Walker Presents Banking Oil Spill Seminar
- Jones Walker Expands Energy Industry Team
- Plaintiffs Prevail in Challenge to Deepwater Drilling Moratorium
- "The Oil Spill: What Will it Mean to Banks in the Region?"
- "Preparing for Litigation Arising Out of Unconventional Gas Drilling Operations in Shale Plays"
- "How Will Cap & Trade and Green Legislation Affect My Plant?"
- "Haynesville" Public Screening Discussion Panel
- "LexisNexis Expert Commentaries"Grady S. Hurley
Energy Law 2008, 2008
- "Update on the Regulation of Intrastate Pipelines and Gas Gatherers in Texas"Co-Author with Amy Baird
6th Annual Gas & Power Institute, 2007
- "Corporate Cooperation in the Face of Internal Investigations"Co-Author with Mark Robeck and Michael Clark
The Health Lawyer, April 2005