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A multi-disciplinary Holland & Hart transaction team recently represented long-standing client SunEdison Inc., the world’s largest renewable energy development company, in a $253 million financing transaction allowing construction to begin on a 156 megawatt (MW) DC / 120 MW AC Comanche Solar project in Pueblo, Colo. The Comanche Solar project will be the largest solar power plant in Colorado and the largest east of the Rocky Mountains.


Mining and mineral processing businesses in the West should prepare for administrative or civil actions stemming from a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hazardous waste enforcement initiative, which thus far has been largely exploratory, Kelly Johnson, who leads Holland & Hart LLP’s environmental practice, told Law360.


The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has kept public companies, audit firms, and their personnel in its crosshairs over the past 18 months, continuing its aggressive pursuit of potential accounting and disclosure fraud, and imposing penalties against offenders reaching into the hundreds of millions of dollars. Holland & Hart closely monitors the SEC’s enforcement activity in this area and has issued its Financial Reporting and Auditing Enforcement Review, covering 2014 and the first half of 2015.


Boise attorneys Thomas Chandler, Scott Hess, and Anna Eberlin have been named 2015 Leaders in Law by the Idaho Business Review. The attorneys will be honored at a reception in November, where Tom will be recognized in the Partner category, Anna as an Up and Coming attorney, and Scott will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award. This is the third year the IBR’s Leaders in Law program, which recognizes attorneys throughout Idaho who have excelled not only in their professional lives but who are also leaders in terms of their community and civic engagement.


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