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Husch Blackwell Presents Second Installment of "On the Horizon" Webinar Series



April 17, 2017

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Husch Blackwell’s Energy & Natural Resources industry group will continue its 2017 “On the Horizon” webinar series on Monday, April 24, from noon-1pm CDT, with a program dedicated to the structuring of renewable energy transactions.

The webinar series explores various stages of renewable energy project transactions to aid participants in conducting internal evaluations and will highlight areas where planning (or lack thereof) tends to drive outside counsel costs. The series launched in March with a discussion of the main stages of a development project and included a forecast for the tax equity and power-purchase agreement markets.

The second installment in the series will feature Husch Blackwell partners Jim Goettsch and Jason Reschly, who will discuss approaches to structuring renewable power project acquisition and financing transactions, including a review of transaction structuring and process issues at the preparation, planning, and execution stages and an outline of steps to consider to minimize legal and other transaction costs.

Jim Goettsch, a partner in Husch Blackwell’s Energy & Natural Resources group, has worked closely with clients in the energy sector for two decades on a variety of mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, project finance and complex commercial relationships. Jason Reschly, a partner in the firm’s Food & Agribusiness group, has practiced in the tax law area for more than 20 years, handling corporate tax planning relating to reorganizations, purchases, divestitures, sales of business assets, and tax considerations with respect to financings.

This program is complimentary; however, registration is required. An on-demand recording of the first webinar can be accessed here: Transaction Overview.



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