After White & Case announced in February it would be closing its San Francisco office, at least two dozen law firms solicited energy partners Jerry Bloom, Joseph Karp and Lisa Cottle.

The trio eventually came up with a short list of three and then landed at Winston & Strawn at the end of last month. Bloom, Karp and Cottle are known for project finance and regulatory expertise, representing clients such as the California Cogeneration Council, a group of companies that own and operate 2,000 megawatts of cogeneration capacity in California, along with independent power producers like Mirant and Calpine corporations.

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