William Flynn's practice encompasses general corporate, regulatory and litigation matters for both small emerging companies as well as established mature businesses. He has appeared before federal and state courts and various federal and Minnesota agencies. His work on corporate and transactional matters often arises out of regulatory representation before a variety of federal and Minnesota agencies. In recent years, his practice has included serving as senior advisor and trustee for some of his long time clients.
His focus is in the areas of:
- Telecommunications and public utility regulation
- Environmental and energy law
- Related corporate and transactional matters
Mr. Flynn has represented business and commercial interests before the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, among other agencies. His practice also encompasses regulatory and litigation work in the areas of telecommunications, public utility law, environmental and energy law, and related corporate and transactional matters.
In all of his legal matters Mr. Flynn emphasizes a practical, common sense approach to identifying and achieving solutions for his clients.
Mr. Flynn is a member of the American Bar Association’s Environment, Energy and Resources Law and Public Utility, Communications and Transportation Law Sections, and the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Administrative Law, Civil Litigation, Environmental and Natural Resources, Health Law, Public Utilities and Communications Law Sections. He has served as chair of the MSBA’s Administrative Law Section. He also served as an adjunct professor of administrative law at William Mitchell College of Law from 2000 to 2006.
- The Link, Board of Directors
- Adjunct Professor of Administrative Law at William Mitchell College of Law, 2000-2006