Dallas, TX, USA
As an experienced renewable energy attorney, I have drafted contract documents for a wide-range of large, complex transactions from site control to integration, to the development long-term strategic partnerships with electric utilities, transmission owners/ operators, equipment manufacturers, financiers, and customers.
Dallas, Texas, 75201, US
Scott Deatherage has practiced law for over 30 years in the areas of environmental law and energy law, and, more recently, blockchain applications to energy and the environment. After spending the majority of his career at large law firms, he formed his own law firm in 2016. He has advised boards of directors, environmental and sustainability committees of corporate boards, manufacturers, private equity firms, banks, energy companies, among numerous other business, governmental, and non-profit entities. He has served on company advisory boards for solar companies and private equity firms and currently serves on the board of directors of an electric vehicle charging company.
Scott graduated from Harvard Law School where he was the Articles Editor of the Harvard Environmental Law Review . He has served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Texas Law School where he taught Climate Change Law. He has published numerous articles and has made many presentations on environmental and energy issues. In 2011, he published a book entitled Carbon Trading Law and Practice with Oxford University Press .