Mr Kevin Ewing > Bracewell LLP > Washington DC, United States > Lawyer Profile
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Mr Kevin Ewing
Kevin Ewing is a natural resources lawyer who helps clients address challenges in “federal” Washington, DC. He advises chiefly energy and infrastructure companies pursuing development projects, federal authorizations, or changes in agency policy, and in responding to federal enforcement and incident investigations. His clients are often involved in offshore exploration and development, natural gas and liquids pipelines, LNG, power transmission and specialty chemicals. Kevin has frequently been involved in efforts to improve federal policies governing infrastructure projects and related permitting and agency reviews.
LL.M., University of Heidelberg, 1993; J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 1991; B.A., cum laude, Yale University, 1988
With environmental practitioners in Washington DC and Texas, Bracewell LLP provides advice across the United States to a plethora of clients, including companies active in key sectors such as chemicals, renewables, mining, technology and construction. The team stands out for its strength in renewable energy and energy transition issues, advising multiple developers and infrastructure funds on commercial-scale projects, joint ventures, strategic partnerships and investments. Recent mandates have also seen the group support EHS-related due diligence on major business transactions involving complex environmental issues, and assists clients in ESG disclosure requirements and transparency. Jason Hutt in Washington DC is a key name for environmental issues associated with project development and infrastructure permitting. He jointly heads up the environment, lands and resources team with Austin-based Timothy Wilkins, whose areas of activity include ESG issues, climate change and assistance with the environmental aspects of major transactions. Kevin Ewing in DC is recommended for environmental and climate change disclosures under the SEC laws.
With extensive experience in environmental litigation before state and federal courts across the US, Bracewell LLP is skilled at handling bet-the-company civil, administrative and criminal proceedings on behalf of clients from a range of industries, with a particular focus on the energy sector. The firm excels in assembling cross-office teams to handle major environmental cases involving air, water, waste, climate change and infrastructure development, and negotiating the resolution of enforcement cases opposite EPA and the Department of Justice. The department is jointly led by Jason Hutt in Washington DC, whose experience covers major industrial accidents, multi-party and multi-media environmental cases and enforcement actions, and Austin-based Kevin Collins , who is counsel of choice for leading energy and petrochemical clients. Also in DC, Kevin Ewing is another key contact for energy companies, while Jeffrey Holmstead is singled out for his expertise in air and climate change matters. Ann Navaro is a solid litigator who is regularly engaged in permitting and enforcement-related cases.
Bringing together strong capabilities in legal and policy matters with knowledge in media relations and lobbying, Bracewell LLP is well positioned to provide the full-range of environmental regulatory advice across the country. Showcasing extensive experience in issues ranging from air quality and climate change to water quality, waste, endangered species, and wetlands, the department is seen regularly acting for clients from the oil and gas, power, chemicals, mining, technology and manufacturing industries in relation to enforcement defense, major accident response, and legislative matters. Typical mandates also include regulatory advocacy related to infrastructure permitting for oil and natural gas pipelines across the US and Superfund matters. The ‘go-to practice for environmental matters‘ is jointly led by Jason Hutt , who has a wealth of experience in administrative enforcement actions, major industrial incidents and infrastructure permitting, and Clean Air Act and climate change specialist Jeffrey Holmstead . Both sit in the Washington DC office, where Kevin Ewing stands out for his involvement in permitting-related mandates and climate change issues. Permitting, compliance and enforcement matters in association with onshore and offshore wastewater discharges are key areas of expertise for Sara Burgin in Austin. Kevin Collins , who is also based in Austin, is counsel of choice for several energy and petrochemical clients in relation to investigations of environmental and process safety incidents. Also in Austin, Timothy Wilkins is seasoned in ESG issues, energy transition and environmental permitting.
- Environment: regulatory - United States > Industry focus
- Environment: litigation - United States > Industry focus
- Environment: transactional - United States > Industry focus
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- Industry focus > Energy litigation: conventional power
- Industry focus > Energy regulation: conventional power
- Industry focus > Energy transactions: conventional power
- Industry focus > Energy transactions: oil and gas
- Industry focus > Environment: regulatory
- Industry focus > Energy litigation: oil and gas
- Industry focus > Energy: renewable/alternative power
- Industry focus > Environment: litigation
- Industry focus > Environment: transactional
- Government > Government relations
- Finance > Capital markets: debt offerings
- Labor and employment > Immigration
- Media, technology and telecoms > Outsourcing
- Labor and employment > Employee benefits, executive compensation and retirement plans: transactional
- Dispute resolution > General commercial disputes
- Intellectual property > Patents: prosecution (including re-examination and post-grant proceedings)
- Dispute resolution > Securities litigation: defense
- Tax > US taxes: non-contentious
- M&A/corporate and commercial > M&A: large deals ($1bn+)
- Finance > Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate
- Dispute resolution > Appellate: courts of appeals / Appellate: supreme courts (states and federal)
- Finance > Commercial lending
- Dispute resolution > Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense
- Finance > Project finance