Danny Kach’s practice is focused on energy, construction and commercial, industrial and multi-family real estate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, financing and leasing, engineering, procurement and construction contract negotiations, and general counsel, technology and general business contract negotiations. Having begun his career at a boutique commercial real estate law firm, Mr. Kach is also well versed in commercial real estate transactions such as real property acquisitions and dispositions, financings, 1031 exchanges, and retail and office leasing.
Mr. Kach then spent 6 years as assistant general counsel of Invenergy LLC, the largest independent power producer in the US, whose business model is developing, construction and either operating or selling wind, solar, thermal, hydrogen and energy storage facilities.
During his tenure as assistant general counsel, Mr. Kach managed the company’s legal needs for real estate and construction and completed numerous mergers, acquisitions and financings, successfully facilitating the completion of 25 projects across 12 states and Canadian provinces totaling more than $4 billion in financing and project dispositions. Such work included over $500 million in negotiated construction contracts.
Since leaving Invenergy, Mr. Kach has completed more than $8 billion in energy, construction and real estate acquisition, disposition and financing transactions.
In addition, Mr. Kach has extensive experience negotiating equipment, engineering, operating, software, consulting, services, confidentiality and other related agreements.