Dynda Thomas has had leading roles in structuring and negotiating project finance transactions for energy projects. She has served as sponsor’s, borrower’s and agent’s counsel in numerous transactions, and has acted a trustee’s counsel in commercial trust matters. Dynda has also led financings for public companies, project finance transactions, tax equity, back leverage, and securitization transactions. She has represented sponsors, borrowers and guarantors in financing the development, acquisition, construction and operation of numerous wind, solar, solar storage, fuel cell and biorefinery projects. Such financings have included recourse and nonrecourse project financings of single project and portfolio facilities.
Dynda regularly advises public utilities and other energy generation and transmission companies on mergers and acquisitions in buy-side, sell-side and auction settings.
Dynda also focuses a significant portion of her practice on conflict minerals, responsible sourcing and supply chain transparency across many industry sectors. She created and leads the firm’s Conflict Minerals team and is the founder of and contributor to the firm’s Conflict Minerals Law blog.
Dynda is a past chair of the American Bar Association’s Infrastructure and Regulated Industries Section. She has been recognized as an Ohio Super Lawyer in Law & Politics magazine continuously since 2007. She was also recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for 2023 for Energy Law.
Mergers and Acquisitions
Dedicated Rate Securitizations
Corporate Finance and Notes Offerings