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Nelson Mullins is continuing to monitor developments related to COVID-19, including guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and various federal, state, and local government authorities. The firm is taking appropriate precautionary actions and has implemented plans to ensure the continuation of all firm services to clients from both in office and remote work arrangements across our 25 offices. 

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Weston Adams, III

Weston Adams, III

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Weston Adams co-chairs the Energy Industry Group and practices energy, environmental, and appellate law.

Weston Adams co-chairs the Energy Industry Group and practices energy, environmental, and appellate law.

Weston Adams, III

Weston Adams co-chairs the Energy Industry Group and practices energy, environmental, and appellate law.

Experience

Following is a selected sampling of matters and is provided for informational purposes only. Past success does not indicate the likelihood of success in any future matter.

Experience

  • Acted as lead counsel in two avoided cost trials on solar energy pricing at the South Carolina Public Service Commission.
  • Served as lead counsel on more than 100 appeals to the South Carolina Supreme Court, the South Carolina Court of Appeals, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
  • Acted as lead counsel for solar developer in PURPA litigation at the South Carolina Public Service Commission.
  • Served as lead counsel for microgrid developer in litigation at the District of Columbia Public Service Commission.
  • Acted as lead counsel for EV charging station manufacturer in two proceedings at the North Carolina Utilities Commission.
  • Acted as lead counsel on regulatory, permitting, environmental, and/or land use issues for solar, biomass, biofuels, biogas, and waste-to-energy renewable energy projects.
  • Worked as lead counsel for multiple defendants in a RCRA citizen's suit class action concerning allegations of groundwater contamination.
  • Served as lead counsel for all of one client's U.S. facilities in obtaining Green-e approval that the facilities' energy qualifies as renewable under the Green-e Energy National Standard.
  • Served as lead counsel for multiple clients in both the Carolina Transformer Superfund Site case in North Carolina and the Ward Transformer Superfund Site case in North Carolina.

Educational Activities

  • University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England
    • Junior year abroad

Education

  • University of South Carolina School of Law, JD (1991)
    • Research Editor, South Carolina Law Review
    • John Belton O’Neall Inn of Court
  • University of Florida, MA (1997)
  • University of the South (Sewanee), BA (1987)

Admissions

  • South Carolina
  • North Carolina

Practice Areas

Industries

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  • Board of Directors, E4 Carolinas
  • Board of Directors, S.C. Clean Energy Business Alliance 
  • South Carolina Chamber of Commerce Environmental Technical Committee
  • Former Chairman, South Carolina Conservation Bank Commission
    • Served on Commission from 2004 to 2014, during which time this state agency  provided state funding for the permanent conservation of more than 250,000 acres of land in South Carolina
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