Foulston's Trish Voth Tapped to Lead New Energy Industry Group
April 3, 2019
Trish Voth, partner at Foulston Siefkin LLP, has been named to lead a new Energy Industry Group for Geneva Group International (GGI), a global alliance of professional service firms. This Energy Industry Group will connect thought leaders from legal, accounting, and financial services GGI member firms to benefit the energy clients of those firms. The group’s first meeting will occur this June in Houston during GGI’s Pan American conference for its North American and Latin American members.
Foulston and Voth were chosen by GGI because of the firm’s commitment to serve energy industry clients, and because of the diversity of the energy industry in the Midwest United States. GGI membership is part of Foulston’s client service strategy to bolster the firm’s delivery of high-quality cross-border (interstate and international) services, giving clients access to vetted professionals at competitive costs. Trish Voth co-leads the firm’s energy team together with Foulston partner Karl Hesse. Foulston supports the following energy industry clients: oil, gas and minerals producers, developers, rights holders, and landmen; wind, solar, biofuels, and other renewable energy producers, developers, landowners and county regulators; energy distributors including pipeline and transmission carriers; public utilities, cooperatives, and energy distribution businesses.
Foulston Siefkin LLP is the largest law firm in Kansas. With nearly 90 lawyers in Foulston’s Wichita, Topeka, and Kansas City offices, the firm represents a broad range of clients mirroring the Midwest’s economy, delivering legal services from lawyers recognized by national organizations as among the leading lawyers in the US. Foulston’s lawyers have worked with energy industry clients throughout the firm’s 100 years. Geneva Group International (GGI), an invitation-only global alliance of 584 law, accounting, audit, management consulting, and trust firms, serves clients across the United States and 123 other countries.