Morgan Lewis Strengthens Global Energy Transactions Practice and Latin America Practice
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HOUSTON, TX, January 18, 2010: Morgan Lewis today announced that Brian Bradshaw—an oil and gas dealmaker with more than 15 years' experience in project development work around the world—will join the firm as a partner in its Energy Transactions practice, resident in Houston. He will also co-chair the firm's Latin America practice. The Senior Vice Chair of the Oil and Gas Committee of the International Bar Association, Mr. Bradshaw is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish, and is also licensed to practice under the laws of England and Wales.
"Brian will be a strong addition to our growing energy transactions practice in Houston, add deep experience in Brazil to our Latin America practice, and strengthen existing client relationships," noted David Asmus, leader of the Energy Transactions Practice at Morgan Lewis. "We look forward to working with him during this exciting time for the global energy industry."
Mr. Bradshaw has experience in a broad range of energy and infrastructure transactions and focuses his practice on the development of energy and infrastructure projects (with an emphasis on oil and gas, LNG, and power projects), acquisitions and divestitures, and domestic and international finance. He has experience with structuring, negotiating and documenting the full range of project, M&A, and commercial financing documentation for domestic and international projects, including LNG liquefaction and re-gasification projects, FPSO and off-shore developments, refineries, cross-border pipelines and power plants (including both fossil fuel and alternative energy). He regularly advises clients on projects throughout Latin America and the Caribbean and in the Middle East and Africa and has represented clients in significant transactions in countries spanning the globe.
Mr. Bradshaw earned his J.D. from the University of Houston School of Law in 1995, where he was the associate editor of the Houston Law Review. He earned his M.B.A. from the University of Houston in 1995 and his A.B. from Washington University in 1991. Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Mr. Bradshaw was a partner at Fulbright & Jaworski, having begun his career at Skadden Arps.
Brian A. Bradshaw, Carlos Treistman, Rodrigo Dominguez Sotomayor, Humberto Padilla Gonzalez, Douglas E. Davidson, David F. Asmus, Richard A. Shortz