Patrick Kealy is a partner and a member of Prince Lobel’s Business Transactions practice group with a particular focus on the Renewable Energy and Start-ups and Emerging Businesses industries.  For energy-related matters he counsels clients on corporate formation and development and operation of energy projects, including matters related to project development and finance, state and federal energy laws and regulations, sales and marketing, emerging energy markets, asset optimization and electricity/gas sales from renewable/fossil fuel-based sources. Patrick has counseled clients across many different renewable energy segments including solar, wind, fuel cell, biomass, biogas, efficiency and demand response providers.  In addition, he represents start-up clients across all technologies on corporate formation, corporate governance, venture finance, corporate debt transactions, product development, and commercial agreements.

Before joining Prince Lobel, Patrick’s experience included time as a principal for a consulting firm, providing advisory services for technology companies in the areas of fundraising, due diligence, debt structuring, supply chain strategy, international expansion, insurance program development and management, product and project development, domestic and international commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, wind-down and restructuring/insolvency matters, and compliance matters.  Previously, among other roles, Patrick was the Chief Legal Officer for two separate start‑up technology companies and was an attorney at two law firms focused on energy, technology and finance matters.

Education

  • American University, Washington College of Law, J.D.
  • American University, B.A. in Law & Society

Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts