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Legal Solutions in the Energy and Nuclear Sector

Tarle Law is a valuable resource for companies in navigating legal issues inherent to the energy, renewables and nuclear industry. We represent privately owned energy companies dealing in renewables and nuclear energy, as well as public utilities. We work actively with clients in the oil and gas industry, particularly regarding premises liability and bodily injury.

Experienced and Knowledgeable Representation in Energy, Renewables and Nuclear Matters

Our energy clients seek our experience in developing, negotiating and finalizing contracts and agreements arising out of the energy, renewable and nuclear energy sectors. From negotiating engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contracts to handling interconnection agreements and power purchase agreements (PPA), as well as working with lenders for our clients throughout their due diligence investigations, our attorneys are well-versed in addressing our clients’ particular needs and in negotiating with our clients’ legal needs in mind, as well as their specific business objectives. 

Cynthia Pertile Tarle, our firm‘s founding and managing director, has garnered respect from not only her clients, but also insurance brokers and underwriters, for her skills at drafting and negotiating policy provisions to address the risks that may be considered unique to energy operations.

Our attorneys’ in-depth understanding of the industry and its legal issues make us an invaluable partner in drafting procedures and negotiating agreements that will mitigate risk and advance the company’s objectives and operations.

The firm represented a renowned energy company during cutting-edge international engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contract negotiations by drafting industry-specific Controlled Insurance Program (CIP) and negotiated risk transfer provisions and settlement terms and conditions to resolve disputes involving a solar energy plant being constructed in U.S. territories, which served to prevent litigation and meet our clients’ business objectives while preserving their industry relationships.