Energy Attorney Lisa Crum Joins Stinson LLP in Minneapolis
Stinson LLP is pleased to welcome attorney Lisa Crum to our Energy practice in Minnesota. Crum brings 20 years of experience in energy, environmental and administrative law matters.
Crum focuses on assisting corporate clients in navigating the complex landscape of energy law while helping them work toward their renewable energy goals, including power purchase agreements, solar and wind project permitting and repowering, electric vehicle infrastructure expansions, and renewable natural gas contracting.
For over 15 years, Crum served as Assistant Attorney General with the Minnesota Attorney General's Office representing state agencies and commissions including the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission. In this role, she also litigated complex energy regulatory disputes in state and federal courts involving oil pipelines, wind and solar developments, transmission lines, distributed generation facilities, and utility rate cases.
Additionally, Crum serves as co-chair of Women in Energy Law, on the Minnesota State Bar Association Public Utilities Section Council, and on the Minnesota Justice Foundation board of directors.
Stinson's Energy group is known for its leadership in the areas of utilities, oil and gas, and renewable energy. We focus on substantial projects throughout the United States and beyond, representing municipal utilities and electric cooperatives, refineries and pipelines, independent power producers and renewable energy developers. Our counsel embraces the complexities of the energy industry for a diverse group of clients bolstered by a deep understanding of finance and regulatory concerns.