Serving Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, and California

Denver Business Attorney

McDonough Law is a Colorado corporate law firm providing general legal services to businesses of all sizes. We have a modern law practice representing clients throughout Colorado and Wyoming. Regardless of the size of your business or the size of your legal issue, McDonough Law provides a high level of service and personalized attention to your matter.


Legal Services for All Businesses in All Industries

Our clients are at the forefront of some of the most prominent industries in the country. We have worked with clients in thriving areas such as energy, natural resources, utilities, oil and gas, construction, and real estate. McDonough Law regularly represents sophisticated business clients with operation and transactional matters related protecting and growing their small to mid-sized business.


Practice Areas

Energy & Utilities
Natural Resources
Business & Corporate Law

Representative Matters

In the Matter of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power for Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity and Nontraditional Ratemaking for Wind and Transmission Facilities, Docket 20000-520-EA-17, Wyo. Public Service Commission.

In the Matter of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power for an Order Approving Nontraditional Ratemaking Related to Wind Repowering, Docket 20000-519-EA-17, Wyo. Public Service Commission.

Technical Conference on Implementation Issues Under the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978,
Docket No. AD16-16-000, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

In the Matter of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power for Modification of Contract Term of PURPA Power Purchase Agreements with Qualifying Facilities,
Docket 20000-481-EA-15, Wyo. Public Service Commission (2016).

Melissa Russ v. Public Service Company of Colorado, Proceeding
No. 15F-0503EG, Colo. Public Utilities Commission (2016).

Harry Elder V. Public Service Company of Colorado, Proceeding
No. 15F-0526EG, Colo. Public Utilities Commission (2015).

In the Matter of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power for Approval of a General Rate Increase in its Retail Electric Utility Service Rates in Wyoming of $32.4 Million Per Year or 4.5 Percent,
Docket 20000-469-ER-15, Wyo. Public Service Commission (2015).


In the Matter of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power for Approval of Schedule 37 Standard Rates for Purchases of Power from Qualifying Facilities, Docket 20000-458-EA-14, Wyo. Public Service Commission (2015).

Northern Laramie Range Alliance, LLC v. Wyo. Public Service Commission,
No. 183-132 (1st D.C. Wyo. Sept. 29, 2015). 

In the Matter of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power to Increase Rates by $17.1 Million to Recover Deferred Net Power Costs Pursuant to Tariff Schedule 95 and to Increase Rates by $3.7 Million Pursuant to Tariff Schedule 93,
Docket 20000-447-EA-14, Wyo. Public Service Commission (2015).

In the Matter of the Application of Rocky Mountain Power for Approval of a General Rate Increase in its Retail Electric Utility Service Rates in Wyoming of $36.1 Million Per Year or 5.3 Percent,
Docket 20000-446-ER-14, Wyo. Public Service Commission (2015).

Pioneer Wind Park I, LLC,
145 FERC ¶ 61,215, (2013).


Northern Laramie Range Alliance v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission,
733 F.3d 1030 (10th Cir. 2013). 

Northern Laramie Range Alliance,
138 FERC ¶ 61, 171 (2012).

Call today to speak with a Colorado corporate law and Denver business attorney at (970) 776-3311.