Kenneth Reich spent seven years in the U.S. Department of Justice Environmental Enforcement Section as a trial attorney, then Assistant Chief where he handled and supervised government litigation across the country under all of the major federal environmental statutes.
Following his service at the Department of Justice, Mr. Reich has concentrated his practice in environmental law and energy law on behalf of institutions, corporations, public entities and individuals in international, national and regional law firms. He has been the co-chair of the environmental departments at a number of these firms as well as active in their energy law departments.
Mr. Reich teaches environmental law and energy law courses as an adjunct faculty at the Boston University School of Law.
An Of-Counsel to the firm is a very experienced natural gas and FERC lawyer who has represented major utility companies. Other colleagues who have held positions in the federal or state government or in major financial institutions are available for consultation and assistance.
Kenneth Reich Law offers the following representative services in the energy law field:
Kenneth Reich represented a rural electric cooperative and assisted it in obtaining NEPA, Clean Air and other federal and state approvals for a proposed fossil-fuel power plant. He has represented major utilities in substantial transactions.
The firm advises alternative energy suppliers like solar power developers on public and private funding sources, permitting, and government regulations.
OTHER ENERGY LAW SERVICES
The firm's Of-Counsel provides natural gas regulatory advice to major energy suppliers.
The firm assists wholesale energy consumers in evaluating energy potential, electric energy and gas suppliers, and in reviewing and negotiating long-term power contracts.