Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 6, 2010
Prince Lobel Glovsky & Tye LLP has announced the recent launch of Prince Lobel Renewables, offering a combination of legal and project management services to landowners, developers, businesses, cities, and towns that are planning a renewable energy project.
Led by Prince Lobel Partner and Real Estate Practice Group Chair Craig M. Tateronis, and Associate Adam F. Braillard, a leader in the firm's green energy development initiative, the Prince Lobel Renewables team provides project management services for any renewable energy project - from siting and permitting through financing and construction.
The Prince Lobel Renewables group is experienced in all areas of development, construction, and financing of renewable energy facilities, and will manage internal and external experts in the fields of commercial contracting, real estate, tax, energy regulatory, government relations, and environmental issues.
According to Tateronis, "what makes Prince Lobel Renewables different is that, unlike other law firms that offer only legal services in support of their clients' energy projects, we also offer true, hands-on project management services, from start to finish. We will help clients meet the challenges that can arise at each phase of project development, and provide effective, creative solutions."
As leaders of the Prince Lobel Telecom project management team, Tateronis and Braillard were responsible for hundreds of wireless communications development projects from their inception to the completion of construction. They are poised to help bring that same level of success to Prince Lobel Renewables.
About Prince Lobel
Prince Lobel Glovsky & Tye LLP is a full-service law firm providing a wide range of services for individuals, closely held businesses, and Fortune 100 companies. Prince Lobel’s attorneys are guided by the highest standards of legal excellence, professionalism, and service – whether they are addressing complex business issues or providing advice on personal legal matters. Practice areas encompass corporate law, domestic relations, employment law, estate planning and probate, insurance and reinsurance, intellectual property and Internet law, litigation, media law, real estate, telecommunications law and environmental law. For more information, visit Prince Lobel at PrinceLobel.com.