Looper Goodwine is a boutique law firm with global reach — handling sophisticated energy industry transactions, tax matters and complex civil litigation on behalf of corporations and their officers and directors.
Our team of attorneys are known worldwide for handling domestic and international high-stakes regulatory matters, complex transactions and litigation for upstream and downstream clients and investors, and high-stakes litigation where getting the right result matters. In fact, out of the 30 Energy Specialists listed in the IR Global network’s roster of attorneys, Looper Goodwine is one of only two listed as oil and gas development specialists.
We are experienced leaders in the energy field, providing legal project management and project finance for domestic and international companies, as well as regulatory representation and domestic and international onshore and offshore oil and gas transactions. And we have extensive relationships in the global energy industry, working with midsize firms including Fortune 200 companies, and regularly handle projects for energy companies in the global market.
Looper Goodwine designed a law firm model that has a deep understanding of our clients’ businesses and business challenges. We act as strategic advisor, general counsel and extension of the inhouse legal departments for middle market and private companies, as well as complex partnerships. Looper Goodwine is a trusted guide to our corporate clients, navigating a wide range of legal and business issues using a personalized approach to resolve complex matters in the United States and around the world.
Our Houston office is known for its robust oil & gas, corporate, tax and complex commercial litigation practice, handling legal project management, tax structuring, international business transactions and project finance, and complex civil and securities litigation. Our New Orleans office is a leader in the energy regulatory field, with offshore management, bankruptcy and corporate restructuring. Our energy practice includes traditional oil and gas work and increasingly includes evolving renewable and sustainability projects including carbon capture, wind and solar projects.