Philip Micha’s law practice is enriched by his bachelor’s degree in biology and zoology, and his master’s degree in environmental management.
Philip is an environmental and energy law attorney with a comprehensive practice involving compliance, enforcement, and litigation in connection with federal and state environmental law. He has substantial experience drafting and negotiating environmental transactional agreements and provisions. Philip regularly conducts environmental and other due diligence for a variety of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions across multiple industries (power generation, manufacturing, and chemicals), purchase/sale/financing of real property, and recurring portfolio sales of wind and solar assets across the United States. Philip also works with the firm’s corporate advisory team to counsel clients regarding parent and subsidiary environmental liability.
Philip also has significant experience in core real property transactions and agreements, including purchase and sale agreements, leasing (wind, solar, and commercial), easements, access agreements, and licenses, as well as with land use and entitlement proceedings. He has extensive experience with Brownfield and related environmental liability agreements, and the corresponding regulatory programs.