David N. Powers

David Powers advises clients in the areas of project development and finance, acquisitions and dispositions of project interests and related regulatory proceedings in energy, infrastructure, manufacturing and other sectors. He served as partner in charge of the Hong Kong office of Baker Botts from 2005 - 2009.

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Areas of Practice 1) Alternative Energy, 2) Corporate Governance and Compliance Counseling, 3) Corporate Investigations, 4) FCPA, 5) UK Bribery Act and Anti-Corruption Enforcement & Compliance, 6) Mergers and Acquisitions, 7) Mining and Metals, 8) Power and 9) Project Development
Law School University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 1982
Education Princeton University, A.B.,1978
Bar Member / Association District of Columbia Bar Association, Texas State Bar Association
Most recent firm Baker Botts LLP
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