US Infrastructure

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is a generational investment to repair legacy infrastructure across the United States and to unleash investment in future projects while promoting new technologies and streamlining permitting. The $1.2 trillion investment includes $550 billion in new federal infrastructure spending over five years for airports, railways, ports and waterways, power grids, broadband internet, and other major long-term projects.

Morgan Lewis has long been a trusted adviser to the full range of private infrastructure companies on investing, financing, transactional, corporate, and regulatory matters, as well as federal, state, and local governments on launching and implementing critical infrastructure projects. With a keen grasp of the infrastructure act and its regulatory ramifications, our lawyers assist clients in assessing and acting upon the myriad opportunities generated by the legislation.

RECENT UPDATES

Podcast: How the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Is Shifting Its Enforcement Strategy, Federal News Network
(04/22/2022)

How States Are Utilizing Electric Vehicle Tax Credits, Practical Guidance
(03/18/2022)

How States Are Utilizing Electric Vehicle Tax Credits
(03/02/2022)

DOT Funding Guidance Highlights EV Charging Opportunities, Law360
(2/18/2022)

The Infrastructure Act's Impact on the Energy and Technology Industries
(2/15/2022)

2021 Year in Review: Automotive Industry
(1/26/2022)

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(1/25/2022)

Energy Policy to Watch in 2022, Law360
(1/3/2022)

Transportation Legislation and Regulation to Watch in 2022, Law360
(1/3/2022)