Craig Kline is a project finance attorney. He founded and leads the firm's interdisciplinary Renewable Energy practice. Craig is the author of the solar energy portion of the ABA Treatise, The Law of Clean Energy, and is a Recognized Practitioner in Renewable Energy by Chambers and Partners. Craig is also a Fellow in the American College of Investment Counsel. He serves on the firm’s management committee and has been head of the firm’s Project Development, Acquisition and Finance practice. His practice is focused on domestic and cross-border project finance transactions, renewable energy transactions, structured finance and leveraged leasing. Craig has represented a wide variety of commercial and public institutions, including developers, utilities, lenders, issuers, investors, lessors, lessees, credit support providers and trustees. He also has experience with the securitization of financial assets, synthetic leasing, secured lending and bankruptcy.
Craig has advised clients on transactions involving a wide variety of assets and jurisdictions. He has advised in matters involving power and energy generation and distribution facilities (including renewable energy: solar, wind, battery storage and biomass facilities), aircraft, rolling stock and other rail equipment, vessels and other maritime assets, telecommunications equipment, real estate, waste facilities and manufacturing plants. In addition to U.S. domestic transactions, he has closed many cross-border transactions in connection with assets or counterparties located in, among other jurisdictions, Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Mexico, the Netherlands, Portugal, South Korea and the United Kingdom.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Craig M. Kline