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, finance, mergers and acquisitions, 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 several renewable energy segments including solar, wind, storage, fuel cell, biomass, biogas, efficiency and demand response providers.  In addition, he represents start-up clients across all technologies on corporate formation and governance, venture finance, corporate debt transactions, mergers and acquisitions, compliance, supply chain matters, international expansion, insurance program maintenance and development, product and project development, and commercial agreements.

Before joining Prince Lobel, Patrick was the Chief Legal Officer for two separate start‑up technology companies and was an attorney at two leading law firms focused on energy, technology and finance matters. Patrick started his legal career as a law clerk for the administrative law judges at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.


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

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