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Thomas Amis, the chair of Alston & Bird’s renewable energy practice, and Nik Patel, an energy partner, have moved to Cooley Godward, and according to Amis another ten to twelve lawyers will be making the jump in the next two months.

Amis will become the new chair of Cooley’s clean energy and technology practice.  Cooley Goodward already has a large practice dealing with energy technology that Amis sees as a vehicle for his team’s strong renewable energy practice.

Specializing in technology, Cooley represent venture capitalists and entrepreneurs in emerging fields. The firm is headquartered in northern California and has offices in technology hubs around the country.

  
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