Dominique J. Torsiello focuses her practice on transactional matters in the energy industry.
Prior to joining the Firm, Dominique represented clients in complex commercial matters and further advised clients on corporate risk mitigation strategies. She has extensive experience and knowledge in corporate governance issues and has assisted on various corporate energy transactions.
During law school, Dominique was a board member of the Entertainment and Sports Law Society, a member of the Intellectual Property & Technology Law Association and founder of the Animal Law Association. She was also a law clerk for a natural gas company that provides service within Florida, Georgia, New Jersey and Ohio, where she worked closely with the Office of General Counsel on various corporate matters.
Represented a prominent sponsor and its affiliated companies in the negotiation and documentation of a construction loan facility and a letter of credit facility needed for the development of an Illinois-based 259.8-megawatt wind project
Super Lawyers, Florida Rising Star, 2021
Super Lawyers, Top Rated Business & Corporate Attorney –West Palm Beach, Florida, 2021
Florida Bar Young Lawyers Section, member
Florida Bar Animal Law Section, member
Palm Beach County Bar Association, member
University of Florida Levin College of Law, JD, 2016
University of Central Florida, BA, 2013
District of Columbia
US Tax Court
US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
US District Court for the Southern District of Florida
US District Court for the Middle District of Florida
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