Your energy start-up needs capital. But today, financial and intellectual capital alone aren’t enough to thrive in the energy industry. You need political capital as well.
Foley hosted a Web conference on how to address the most critical legal and advocacy needs of an energy start-up. Foley attorneys Philip G. Kiko, John M. Lazarus, Thomas Mullooly, and Foley Public Affairs Director Joseph L. Colaneri shared their insight and experience in providing intellectual property, financing, and public affairs services — the political capital you need to maximize the opportunities you have to succeed.
For more information on the Web conference, please contact Jennifer Quindt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414.297.5320.