- Environmental & Commodities
- Electric Cooperatives
- Public Finance
- Renewable & Alternative Energy
- Timber & Forest Products
|Contact Info||Telephone: 404.853.8330|
|University ||Duke University, A.B., magna cum laude|
|Law School||Columbia Law School, J.D. Editor, Columbia Law Review|
Member, American Bar Association
Member, State Bar of Georgia
Member, Atlanta Bar Association
Member, Leadership Georgia
Member, Leadership Atlanta
|Born||St. Louis, Missouri, August 25, 1960|
Working primarily with generation and transmission cooperatives, renewable energy developers and lenders across the country, Peter Fozzard helps these clients finance utility, telecommunications and other corporate operations and project development. His finance background includes senior, second lien and subordinated commercial financings; private placements and other taxable long-term debt issuances; government-guaranteed financings; project financing; public, pollution control and industrial revenue bond issuances; structured financings of inventories; commercial paper offerings; lines of credit; and letter of credit transactions.
Peter is also adept at structuring, negotiating and documenting intermediate and long-term purchases and sales of electricity (including tolling, power purchase and load serve arrangements), as well as the construction, operation, maintenance and purchase/sale of generating assets.
Sutherland represents administrative agent in $425 million syndicated credit facility.
Sutherland represents Wolverine Power Supply in $150 million secured private placement.
Sutherland counsels electric generation co-op in multiuse credit facility, combining traditional finance and public finance practices.
Awards and Rankings
Recognized by Chambers USA: Guide to Leading Business Lawyers in the area of energy (2011-2014)
Named to The Best Lawyers in America in the area of project finance law (2007-2015) and utilities law (2015)
Selected for inclusion in Georgia Super Lawyers (2012) and also recognized in the areas of banking (2007, 2011) and energy and natural resources (2007)
Honorable William C. O'Kelley, U.S. District Court - Northern District of Georgia.
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Delaware Supreme Court Finds UCC Termination Filings Valid Despite Lack of Lender’s Intent
John W. Benson,Robert E. Copps,Eric R. Fenichel,Peter A. Fozzard,Dorothy Black Franzoni, November 2, 2014
On October 17, the Delaware Supreme Court held that JP Morgan (JPM) terminated its security interest in all of the collateral provided by General Motors (GM) in support of a $1.5 billion loan, despite neither party intending that result, when it authorized the filing of a termination statement to...
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