New York City, New York 10017
Dickson Chin represents investors, financial institutions, utilities, developers, energy marketers, commercial users, and other market participants in a wide range of energy transactions. His practice encompasses energy marketing and trading, renewable energy, project finance and development, mergers and acquisitions, and climate change.
Dickson has extensive experience with master agreements, purchase and sale agreements, energy management agreements, and credit support documents involving all types of commodities (including electricity, natural gas, LNG, coal, renewable energy certificates, carbon offsets, emission allowances, and weather). He has advised clients in renewable energy projects related to wind, biomass, solar, and carbon capture and sequestration and in the creation and trading of carbon offsets in the United States. He also assists clients with the intercreditor, bankruptcy, and regulatory considerations related to energy transactions, including the impact of financial reform under the Dodd-Frank Act.
Dickson is a frequent speaker on industry topics and has actively participated in the development of industry agreements for physical and financial commodities and master netting arrangements with the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA), the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), the International Energy Credit Association (IECA), and the Coal Trading Association (CTA).
|Areas of Practice||1) Energy, 2) Energy Marketing & Trading, 3) Energy Renewables & Sustainable Development, 4) Projects & Infrastructure and 5) Structured & Derivative Products|
|Law School||Fordham University School of Law|
|Education||Brown University (B.A., 1992)|
|Bar Member / Association||New York|
|Most recent firm||Jones Day|
Andrew Hamilton is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Business and Finance Practice. Mr. Hamilton practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital, securities law, and general corporate counseling.
Anthony C. DeCusatis is of counsel in Morgan Lewis's Energy Practice.He also represents and counsels utilities and nonutility energy suppliers on emerging issues created by the transition from regulation to competitive markets.