Thomas Goslin > Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP > Washington DC, United States > Lawyer Profile

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
2001 M STREET, NW, SUITE 600
WASHINGTON, DC 20036
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
United States
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Position

Counsel

Career

Thomas Goslin focuses on a range of environmental and energy concerns in M&A, private equity investments, financing transactions, infrastructure projects and corporate restructurings. He has advised on some of the most environmentally-sensitive corporate restructurings in the past 20 years, regularly spearheading negotiations with regulators and other interested parties to reach innovative solutions to intractable legal issues. He has represented clients across a broad range of industries, including renewable and traditional power generation, oil and gas, infrastructure and manufacturing.

Education

John Carroll University (BA, 2000); American University, Washington College of Law (JD, 2002).

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Industry focus > Environment: transactional

(Rising stars)

Thomas GoslinWeil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Fielding a team of Washington practitioners with Wall Street business sensibilities, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP‘s environmental transactional team is rated for its longstanding experience in this field. Its impressive track record features high-value M&A, divestitures, financings, restructurings and securities disclosures in almost every environmentally-sensitive industry, including hazardous waste management, heavy manufacturing, chemicals, and energy. In the last year alone, the environmental group advised on more than 100 M&A and private equity deals with a total deal value of over $190bn. SPAC IPOs and De-SPAC transactions are a particular area of strength for the firm, and the team is also often involved in real estate acquisitions and bankruptcy matters. Additionally, the group offers advice to corporate clients on ESG and sustainability concerns, including those related to climate change, in the context of company operations as well as investment and financing processes. Department head Annemargaret Connolly  enjoys a strong reputation in the market for her involvement in highly complex and environmentally challenging transactions. She is based in Washington DC, and works closely with the firm’s European and Asian offices in cross-border deals. Also in DC, Thomas Goslin is noted for his experience of transactional mandates involving the renewable and traditional energy and natural resources sectors, while Matthew Morton is increasingly active in mandates pertaining to sustainability and ESG factors on behalf of corporations, institutional investors and private equity sponsors. Counsel John O’Loughlin is another contact for private equity, corporate and financial services clients.