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McCarthy Tétrault
66 Wellington Street West
Suite 5300, TD Bank Tower Box 48
Toronto ON M5K 1E6
Canada

Work Department

Energy: Power (Transactional)

Position

Suzanne Murphy is a partner in our Business Law Group in Toronto with a practice focused on private mergers and acquisitions, private corporate finance and general corporate matters in the power industry. She regularly represents acquirers, investors and developers of a variety of energy assets including natural gas, wind, solar, biomass, nuclear, energy storage and thermal energy. Suzanne has significant experience preparing and negotiating complex commercial agreements in the energy sector including acquisition agreements, power purchase agreements, operations and maintenance agreements, supply agreements, shared services agreements, joint venture agreements, partnership agreements and shareholder agreements.

Career

Ontario Bar, 2002.

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Energy and natural resources > Power

(Leading individuals)

Suzanne MurphyMcCarthy Tétrault

McCarthy Tétrault provides a strong service to clients throughout the life cycle of power-related projects, spanning conventional generation, nuclear and renewable energy. The team is regularly engaged in high-value buy and sell-side M&A work throughout the value chain, and is also instructed by lenders and underwriters in the financing of all classes of transmission, distribution and generating assets and projects. Proceedings before courts and regulators across Canada and cross-border electricity mandates also feature on the workload. The group, which is led by Seán O’Neill in Toronto, is able to draw on existing expertise to assist clients on matters related to new and transitional areas in the power sector, such as green hydrogen production and Small Modular Reactor (SMR) development. David Lever has a wealth of experience in the power sector, advising on development, financing and regulatory matters. The latter is a primary focus for George Vegh, while Suzanne Murphy is noted for her transactional track record involving renewables and conventional energy assets. All named practitioners sit in the Toronto office.