John T. Hood advises companies from the energy and utility industries on corporate finance, securities law, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and general corporate matters. Comprising a wide variety of financial transactions including debt and equity offerings, private placements, public offerings, structured finance and bank lending transactions, John’s experience also includes project financing and leveraged lease transactions of utility facilities, including nuclear power plants, coal–fired generating stations, combustion turbines, cogeneration facilities and standby reservoirs.
John advises clients on corporate and financial issues relating to the utility industry including the restructuring of the electric utility industry and the securitization of utility costs, as well as his clients’ restructuring and bankruptcy needs.
University of Arizona, 1976, A.B.
University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), 1979, J.D.
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Law Firm of the Year, Energy/Projects: Power (including Renewables), Chambers USA (2018)
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Energy, Law360 (2016)
Member, Energy Law Firm of the Year, US News & World Report/Best Lawyers (2015)
Recommended, Finance - Capital markets - debt offerings, The Legal 500 US (2016–2017)
Ranked, Chambers Global: The World's Leading Lawyers for Business (2012–2016)
Band 1, Energy: Electricity (Finance), Nationwide, Chambers USA (2018)
Ranked, Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business (2011–2014)
Recognized, "Lawyer of the Year" for Energy Law, The Best Lawyers in America (2016)
Recognized, The Best Lawyers in America (2003–2018)