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Tyler Conte

Associate

Washington, D.C.

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Tyler Conte

Associate

Washington, D.C.

Tyler is an associate in the global Projects, Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure practice, based in our Washington, D.C. office.

News & insights

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Publications: 02 DECEMBER 2021

Representative actions – “same interest” test proves a high bar

The UK Court of Appeal endorsed a strict approach to the “same interest” test when it upheld a decision to strike out the representative element of a claim brought on behalf of 27,800 individuals and…

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News: 29 NOVEMBER 2021

Allen & Overy advises Ørsted in purchase of 302 MW onshore wind farm

Allen & Overy advised Ørsted in the acquisition of Lincoln Land Wind, a 302 MW onshore wind farm in Morgan County, Illinois, from Ares Management. This transaction also includes the acquisitions of…

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Publications: 25 NOVEMBER 2021

Energy supply companies: special administration in focus

Bulb has just become the first energy supply company to enter into special administration. This alert puts the special administration regime in focus.

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A wind farm against a blue sky

News: 24 NOVEMBER 2021

Allen & Overy advises Bridgepoint in financing its investment in ACT

Allen & Overy has advised private equity investor Bridgepoint in financing its investment in ACT, valuing the world’s leading provider of market-based sustainability solutions at over USD1 billion.

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Expertise

Practices

Projects

Sectors

Energy

Office

Washington, D.C.

Allen & Overy LLP
1101 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C.
20005

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted to the bar, Texas, 2018

Not admitted in Washington DC/Supervised by the principals of the firm 

Academic

J.D., Duke University School of Law, 2018

B.A., Economics and Astronomy, University of Florida, 2015

Published work

  • Property Rules for Martian Resources: How the SPACE Act of 2015 Increases the Likelihood of a Single Entity Controlling Access to Mars, Journal of Air Law & Commerce, 2019