Joan M. Darby

Joan Darby is counsel in Dickstein Shapiro’s Energy Practice. She focuses on the natural gas industry. Her experience includes the development of major energy infrastructure projects, the negotiation of natural gas contracts, and the regulation of natural gas companies, transactions, and facilities. Additionally, Joan has experience in labor law and administrative law, particularly in the transportation sector.

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Areas of Practice 1) Corporate & Finance, 2) Energy, 3) Energy Transactions and 4) Public Policy
Law School George Washington University Law School, (J.D., 1978)
Education Wellesley College (B.A., 1975)
Most recent firm Dickstein Shapiro LLP
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