Emilie J. McNally

Associate

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Practices
Industries
Education
  • Georgetown University Law Center, JD, cum laude, Editor, The Georgetown Law Journal, 2013
  • University of Richmond, BA, Political Science and Spanish, 2008
Admissions
  • Virginia
Languages
  • Spanish

Emilie focuses her practice on advising buyers, sellers and developers on transactional and advisory matters in a broad range of energy-related projects and transactions. She has industry expertise in the renewable energy, power and oil and gas sectors.

While in law school, Emilie held internships at the District of Columbia Superior Court and the United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. She also received the award for best exam in Commercial Law, Secured Transactions and Payment Systems.

As an undergraduate at The University of Richmond, Emilie studied abroad at the Universidad de Deusto in Bilbao, Spain.

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Richmond, VA 23219-3916

Representation of a developer in the sale of a 300 MW wind project in Clay and Dickinson County, Iowa to a public utility company.

Representation of a wind developer in the pending sale of a 300 MW wind project to a Minnesota-based utility holding company.

Representation of acquirer in $4.4 billion acquisition plus the assumption of debt for an enterprise value of approximately $6 billion of public company target.

Representation of a retail energy provider in connection with the $700 million sale of three gas-fired plants.

Representation of a utility acquirer in the acquisition of 5 MW utility scale solar generation facility in Connecticut and related construction management agreement.

Representation of client in divestiture of its retail electric business in northeastern United States and ERCOT.

Representation of an unregulated utility affiliate in connection with the $300 million expansion of a joint venture partnership with one of the nation’s largest renewable energy development companies to include a 33 percent share of the utility’s solar project portfolio, which includes 24 projects in California, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Tennessee and Utah.

Representation of an unregulated utility affiliate as acquirer of a portfolio of early stage developments, and then as developer through the construction, of four solar projects in Utah.

Representation of an unregulated utility affiliate as acquirer of a portfolio of early stage developments, and then as developer through the construction, of two solar projects totaling 81.4 MW in South Carolina.