Donna Mussio is corporate special counsel, resident in the Fried Frank's New York office and Head of the Environmental Practice. She has been an environmental transactional attorney for over 25 years and has a diversified practice involving mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, public securities offerings, financings, real estate and bankruptcy. In addition, she is a member of Fried Frank's ESG Group and provides advice with respect to sustainability matters.
Chambers USA recognized Donna as a leading individual in the "Environmental: Mainly Transactional" New York category. Donna serves as Co-Chair of the Environmental Business Transactions Committee of the Environmental & Energy Law Section of the New York State Bar Association and a member of the Environmental Law Institute (ELI) Leadership Council. She formerly served as Co-Chair of the Environmental Disclosure Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources and was a member of the 2021 Environmental Editorial Advisory Board of Law360.
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2022 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2021 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2020 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2019 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Chambers and Partners |Chambers USA 2018 Recognizes Fried Frank as “Leading Firm”⟶
Client memorandum |SEC Proposes Rules to Enhance and Standardize Climate-Related Disclosures⟶
Alerts and newsletters |SEC To Increase Focus on Climate-Related Disclosures⟶
Alerts and newsletters |SEC Investor Advisory Committee Recommends SEC Address ESG Disclosure⟶
Alerts and newsletters |New ICMA Guidance on Sustainability-Linked Bonds⟶
Client memorandum |Business Reopenings: Updated Guidance and FAQs⟶
Articles |ESG and the Leveraged Loan Market⟶
Alerts and newsletters |Environmental Diligence During a Pandemic Lockdown: Examining the Permissibility of Environmental Site Visits Under Covid-19 Stay-At-Home Orders⟶