Former federal prosecutor Teri Donaldson joins DLA Piper in Houston
DLA Piper has announced that Teri Donaldson has joined the firm’s litigation practice as a partner in the Houston office.
Donaldson has a broad environmental, energy and white-collar practice involving both litigation and transactional matters.
She has participated in numerous high-profile investigations and prosecutions, having tried more than 50 cases as lead counsel, and defended against several grand jury investigations and enforcement actions during her 25-year career.
In addition to her trial experience, Donaldson conducts environmental due diligence and advises national and international companies on managing environmental liabilities and risk associated with mergers and acquisitions and the sale of large assets.
She also supervises the environmental permitting of major energy projects, including terminals and pipelines, and provides counsel on matters related to shale gas development.
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