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Energy companies face significant headwinds in supplying the energy our country and the world need to grow and prosper. Stacy has over 25 years’ experience in helping energy companies to navigate these headwinds. As a legal executive at two different energy companies, Stacy learned how to unite a company’s various functional groups to achieve the company’s goals. In addition to executive in-house experience, Stacy has almost 20 years of outside counsel experience in counseling energy clients in various regulatory and litigation issues. He has appeared before the United States Supreme Court, various federal and state trial and appellate courts, and has significant arbitration experience.
While Stacy’s practice extends across the energy industry, he has significant experience in the midstream and upstream sectors. He regularly advises energy clients on all aspects of project development; regulatory; environmental; construction; commercial; corporate governance; contract, lease and royalty disputes; antitrust; land-owner issues; eminent domain; and class actions. He has also advised clients on a wide variety of civil and criminal business fraud, including matters involving anti-corruption laws (e.g., the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the UK Bribery Act of 2010), export control requirements, International Traffic in Arms Regulations, and U.S. economic sanctions.
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