Liam is an energy and energy infrastructure attorney focusing on both litigation and transactional matters. He represents solar farm developers and on- and offshore wind developers, electric and natural gas local distribution companies (LDCs), crude oil shippers, energy market financial traders, telecommunications providers, and others before state public utilities commissions throughout New England and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). He also represents clients in a variety of other settings, including in regional and state-sponsored requests for proposals (RFPs) for renewable energy and associated transmission infrastructure, compliance and enforcement matters, and open seasons.
Liam has a deep understanding of state renewable energy law and policy, including Massachusetts’s SMART Program, as well as New England’s wholesale energy market, administered by ISO-NE. He works diligently to understand client objectives and to implement sound legal strategies that best achieve client goals.
Liam is dedicated to providing pro bono legal services, and works on a variety of matters, including representing individuals in proceedings before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. In 2017, Liam was recognized by the Katahdin Counsel Recognition Program for his commitment to community service.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Liam J. Paskvan