Stoel Rives LLP is a leader in energy, environmental, natural resources, corporate, intellectual property, litigation, land use and construction law. With more than 350 firmwide attorneys operating out of 10 offices in seven states and the District of Columbia, Stoel Rives boasts one of the largest energy law practices based in the United States. Nationally recognized by independent research publications Chambers USA and U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” as a top energy practice, the firm has been at the forefront of the incredible growth of energy services over the last 15 years. Stoel Rives offers diverse services in the renewable energy sector, including corporate and industrial power purchase agreements, equity offerings, debt and project finance, development agreements, mergers and acquisitions, tax credit financing, regulatory and strategic business plan development.
Greg Jenner advises and represents clients on a wide range of tax transactions and issues. He heads the firm’s Washington, D.C., office, is a partner in the tax practice group and is a past co-chair of the firm’s energy team. Greg first came to Stoel Rives out of law school, returning to the firm in 2008 after three tours of duty in the government and significant private practice experience.
Greg has had broad experience in virtually all federal tax matters, with particular focus on planning and implementing complex tax-related transactions, partnerships and joint ventures. At Stoel Rives, Greg has increasingly focused on planning for renewable energy projects.
As the prospect for fundamental tax reform in 2017 increases, Greg will be focusing more of his efforts on the various proposals and their effects on various industries and sectors.
Kevin is a partner and the chair of the firm’s Executive Committee. His practice focuses principally on federal income tax law, including both transactional matters and tax controversy matters. As part of his transactional practice, Kevin regularly advises clients regarding all aspects of corporate taxation, including taxable and tax-free mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity offerings and other corporate finance transactions, consolidated return issues, and general corporate tax issues. He also regularly represents clients with respect to partnership, S corporation and limited liability company transactions and tax issues, as well as choice-of-entity issues, tax accounting issues, and general tax planning issues. Kevin frequently represents clients in renewable energy financing transactions, particularly those involving the federal production tax credit. In addition, Kevin advises both taxable and tax-exempt health care clients with respect to all types of tax, business and financial matters. As part of his tax controversy practice, Kevin regularly represents taxpayers in IRS audits and administrative appeals, deficiency litigation in the U.S. Tax Court, and refund litigation in U.S. District Courts and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.