The head of Jackson Walker's Climate Change and Carbon Management practice, partner Mike Nasi
, will be the Master of Ceremonies for the Texas General Counsel Forum (TXGCF)'s 3rd Quarterly Event – Houston Chapter
. The event is July 22 at the Houstonian Hotel, Club and Spa in Houston, Texas.
The event will focus on the legislative agenda on green initiatives and current regulations impacting in-house counsel. Speakers, including State Representative Phil King, will discuss federal and state initiatives and their impact on the legal community. Jackson Walker is an Event Chair for the gathering. To learn more about this conference, CLICK HERE
Mr. Nasi's environmental law practice primarily focuses on regulatory permitting in the air, water, injection well, mine reclamation, and waste programs for facilities in the renewable energy, electric power generation, mining, steel manufacturing, and brownfield redevelopment industries. He contributes his environmental permitting and carbon management expertise to the firm's Energy Practice Group, which contains experts from several offices with expertise in corporate, tax, utility, oil and gas, transportation, and real estate law. As part of the Energy Practice Group, he is involved in major energy developments ranging from renewable electric power and renewable fuels to advanced carbon-capture technologies at power generation facilities. On behalf of individual companies and associations, Mr. Nasi coordinates Texas interests on national policy debates and works closely with Texas public officials on state energy, regulatory, and tax policy development. He practices before the Environmental Protection Agency, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Texas Railroad Commission, and the Texas Legislature.
Mr. Nasi attended the University of New Mexico and earned his B.A. degree from The University of Texas at Austin, with majors in both Government and History. He attended The University of Texas School of Law and earned his J.D. degree from the University of Houston Law Center in 1994, where his studies specialized in environmental law.