Chambers complimented the firm’s Energy, Power and Natural Resources Practice Group, giving it high marks for its “in-depth service” to clients across regulatory and litigation matters. The directory mentioned the firm’s “high profile advocacy” for the industry, as well as its ability to address a range of transactional issues within the electricity sector. Also highlighted were the team’s engagements in ERCOT and PUCT proceedings, as well as counsel on matters before the TCEQ and EPA.
Diana Liebmann, leader of the firm’s Power and Renewables Practice Group, maintained her Band 1 ranking in the group in Texas. Chambers said she is “respected” for her significant understanding of power market structuring and her “particular knowledge of ERCOT rulemaking.” Various sources also praised her, saying:
“She has a deep understanding of the market.”
Haynes Boone’s Energy, Power and Natural Resources Practice Group has a rich history of representing clients throughout the energy industry. The team’s attorneys are pioneers in providing legal services to the renewable energy sector and combine creativity and practicality to meet the ever-changing legal and business demands of their market. Clients call on them for their most critical matters, including sophisticated financings, high-stakes transactions and complex regulatory issues. They trust their litigators to handle disputes and arbitrations specific to the energy industry in both state and federal courts and before international bodies.