SARAH TUCKER is counsel in the Energy practice in Sidley’s Washington, D.C. office. Her practice involves representing financial institutions, energy and commodity companies, and trade associations in a variety of transactional, regulatory, and risk management matters.
Sarah has varied experience related to:
- Advising clients in structuring, analyzing, and negotiating physical and financial commodity-related agreements including long-term full requirements wholesale energy services and supply contracts, electricity and natural gas purchase and sale agreements, energy management agreements, netting agreements, asset management agreements, commodity hedge agreements, agreements for development of power plants and related equipment/services (e.g., interconnection, fuel supply, PPA), and standardized industry agreements, such as ISDAs, EEIs and NAESBs; and
- Advising clients on regulatory compliance and documentation issues related to structured commodity and derivatives transactions, including advising clients with respect to compliance with the ISDA and IECA Dodd-Frank Protocol agreements, and other matters related to documenting transactions in conformance with the Dodd-Frank Act.
Sarah earned her law degree from Columbia Law School. She received her B.A., cum laude, in History and Literature (Britain and France) from Harvard University.