Eric Freedman represents a wide variety of clients, in both the private and public sectors, on energy and electric utility law issues. His practice emphasizes energy, utilities and infrastructure transactional matters such as the preparation and negotiation of agreements relating to power project and other infrastructure development, mergers and acquisitions, alliances and joint ventures, power purchases and sales, natural gas purchases and sales, commodity derivatives transactions, renewable energy credits and certificates transactions, carbon removal purchase transactions, emissions reduction transactions, electric and gas transmission, and energy services. His practice also includes counseling concerning commercial, regulatory, risk management, contracting and contract interpretation issues.
Eric is recognized in Best Lawyers in America for Energy Law and Utilities Law.
Research Student, Peterhouse, Cambridge University, 1976-77