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Lindsey A. Greer

Lindsey Greer advises clients in the energy and maritime sectors on corporate and commercial transactions.

Lindsey’s energy experience includes long-term and short-term LNG, oil and products sales and purchase agreements, LNG terminal agreements and trading contracts for various energy commodities. She also has experience assisting renewable energy developers on project acquisitions, dispositions and financing arrangements. Her clients include LNG terminal operators and developers, oil and gas companies, energy trading companies and renewable energy developers.

Lindsey’s maritime experience includes negotiating and drafting ship sale and purchase agreements, ship building and finance agreements, charter parties, ship management agreements and other marine agreements. Lindsey also advises investors and target companies on compliance with U.S. maritime laws relating to the ownership and operation of vessels, such as the Jones Act and the American Fisheries Act. Her clients include shipping companies, vessel owners and operators, cruise operators and commercial fishing companies.

Lindsey has been named a Super Lawyers “Rising Star” for South Carolina in 2015, 2016, and 2017. She also was selected in 2016 and 2017 for the Women in Law Shipping and Maritime Lawyer of the Year (United States) by Lawyer Monthly magazine.

Prior to joining K&L Gates, Lindsey worked for an international law firm in London and a regional firm in Nashville, Tennessee.

  • Selected as Women in Law Shipping and Maritime Lawyer of the Year (United States) by Lawyer Monthly magazine, 2016 and 2017
  • South Carolina Super Lawyers, Rising Star, 2015-2018
  • Charleston Women in International Trade, Member, 2017
  • Speaker, “Maritime Demand for LNG,” Platts 17th Annual Liquefied Natural Gas Conference, 2018
  • Moderator, “The Changing U.S. Energy Infrastructure Landscape: Bankruptcies, Divestitures, and New Foreign Investment,” Women in Power: Networking, Exploring and Fueling the Energy Economy, Washington, D.C., September 2016
  • “Maritime Law and Worker Status in the Offshore Wind Environment,” Poster Presentation at AWEA Windpower Conference, 2014
Additional Thought Leadership Pages
  • “Filling a Capacity Gap,” Port Strategy, May 31, 2012 (co-authored)
  • “Carbon Control,” Port Strategy, November 8, 2010 (co-authored)
  • “Constitutional Law - Bailey v. County of Shelby: Can County Charter Governments Set Qualifications for Members of the County Legislative Body?”, 34 University of Memphis Law Review 839, 2007
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