Boehm, Kurtz & Lowry

  • Established in 1990
  • Firm Size 5
  • Peer Reviews

    4.8/5.0
  • Profile Visibility [ i ]

About this firm

David F. Boehm, Michael L. Kurtz, Kurt J. Boehm and Jody Kyler Cohn represent large industrial and commercial utility customers in electric, gas and water rate cases, contract negotiations, electric deregulation and restructuring proceedings and other utility matters principally in the states of Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Texas, Virginia, Oregon, Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Arkansas, Kansas, North and South Carolina, Arizona, Washington, W. Virginia, Nevada, New Mexico, and Georgia. John P. Lowry represents small and mid-size businesses and individuals in contract matters, business planning, and related business litigation, with a focus on health care providers and individuals for estate planning matters.

Areas of Practice (7)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Public Utility Law
  • Electricity
  • Natural Gas
  • Water Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Corporate Law
  • Energy

People (5)

Energy, Public Utility Law, Electric Power

Peer Reviews
No Reviews

Public Utility Law, Electricity Law, Water Law, Gas Law, Energy, Administrative, Public Utilities Law

Peer Reviews
5.0/5.0

Electricity Law, Energy, Public Utility Law, Public Utilities Law

Peer Reviews
5.0/5.0

Business and Commercial Transactions, Business Formation, Corporate/Business, Estate Planning, Trust and Probate, Taxati ...

Peer Reviews
4.4/5.0

Public Utility Law, Electric Utilities, Commercial Transactions, Energy

Peer Reviews
No Reviews

Peer Reviews

  • 4.8/5.0

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