Todd J. Guerrero

(612) 334-5007
Of Counsel
(612) 334-5050 Fax
Todd.Guerrero@KutakRock.com
September 18, 2017
Kutak Rock is lead counsel for power purchase agreement.
June 10, 2016

Kutak Rock congratulates client Origis Energy, LLC for being part of a unique and significant solar transaction involving Alabama Power and a large national/international retail chain.

June 10, 2016

Kutak Rock congratulates its client Invenergy, LLC for receiving a June 7, 2016 authorization from the Antelope County, Nebraska Board of Supervisors to move forward with its proposed 350-megawatt, 160-turbine wind farm.

April 4, 2016

Kutak Rock was a gold level sponsor of The Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association's 11th annual Gala on March 3, 2016.

December 16, 2015

Todd Guerrero in Kutak Rock’s Minneapolis office assisted Origis Energy USA, Inc. on a 52 MW solar energy project to be located in Sumrall, Mississippi.

November 18, 2015

Todd Guerrero in Kutak Rock's Minneapolis office assisted the Southern Ute Indian Tribe to move forward on a demonstration solar project within the boundaries of its reservation.

August 2015

On August 10, 2015 Kutak Rock Minneapolis lawyers Tim Keane and Todd Guerrero achieved a significant victory at the Minnesota Court of Appeals, where the court reversed the decision by the Lake Minnetonka Conservation District to issue a dock license to a commercial marina on Tanager Bay, a small bay of the lake.

August 2015

The Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota recently selected Todd Guerrero, a lawyer in Kutak Rock’s Minneapolis office, to act as president of the advocacy group’s board of directors.

June 2, 2015

Kutak Rock attorneys Todd Guerrero and Chris Heroux represented solar energy developer Origis Energy in a 52 MW solar power purchase agreement with Mississippi Power Company, a Southern Company operating utility.

January 6, 2015

Kutak Rock attorneys Tim Keane, Todd Guerrero and Douglas Peters successfully represented the Abu-Huraira Islamic Center against the City of St. Anthony Village, Minn. in obtaining a settlement agreement that will allow the Islamic Center to operate a religious assembly after the city previously rejected its conditional use permit (CUP) application.