Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. announced that it is expanding its leading Energy and Clean Technology practice with the addition of Audrey C. Louison. Ms. Louison, who specializes in project finance and development, most recently was a Partner at Hunton & Williams. She will be a Member of the firm’s Energy and Clean Technology practice group in Washington, DC.
“Audrey’s experience providing legal services to a range of energy and clean tech businesses and her expertise handling complex financings and acquisitions in various aspects of renewable energy projects will be essential to the firm as we continue to broaden the scope of our Energy and Clean Technology Practice,” said Thomas R. Burton, III, Chair of the Energy and Clean Technology practice group.
During her tenure at Hunton & Williams, Ms. Louison focused on project finance, asset sales and acquisitions and equity investment. Throughout her career, she has represented energy companies in various projects, debt and equity financings, and sales and acquisitions in renewable energy projects including landfill gas, biomass, solar and geothermal as well as conventional energy projects, including coal, oil, and natural gas. She also has extensive experience representing commercial real estate in sales, acquisitions, and financings, and has represented in addition to representing governments and state-owned companies in privatizations sales of assets, and independent power.
Ms. Louison received her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and her law degree from Boston College. She is member of the American Bar Association with membership in the District of Columbia Bar, Virginia State Bar, and Massachusetts State Bar.
Since 2006, Mintz Levin's Energy and Clean Technology Practice Group has completed more than 150 transactions and has closed more than $2.5 billion in deals. The Energy and Clean Technology Practice group includes more than 40 attorneys and professionals from across the firm's offices dedicated to offering clients a blend of comprehensive legal and government relations expertise, and practical business counseling. With over 240 energy and clean technology clients, attorneys in the Energy and Clean Technology Practice Group, working with professionals from the firm's consulting affiliate, ML Strategies, represent leading clean technology companies and innovative pioneers.