Amy McChesney has over 15 years Marketing experience in banking, financial technology, aviation and automotive industries. Currently, Ms. McChesney serves as the Director of Marketing for Force 911, a propane vehicle conversion specialist and vehicle outfitter for fleets.
A primary component of Force 911's business is the installation of EPA-approved propane bi-fuel systems for fleet vehicles. Propane autogas reduces vehicles emissions, is an approved alternative fuel through the Clean Air Act and National Energy Policy, and costs significantly less than gasoline.
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Since Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP began practicing law in 1893, SGR has pursued a vision of building one of the country’s premier full-service business firms. Today SGR serves individuals, corporate counsel and corporations across the globe from offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Frankfurt, Germany; Jacksonville, Florida; New York, New York and Washington, D.C.
SGR attorneys are focused in primary disciplines featuring more than 45 specialized practice areas, including environmental, natural resources and sustainability.
For more than three decades, SGR attorneys have represented clients on environmental issues. In 1970, one of our attorneys was the founding chairman of the Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Since that time, the Firm’s environmental attorneys have been leaders in responding to the expansion of environmental law at the federal, state and local levels.
SGR’s Sustainability Practice Group specifically offers an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to provide clients with a “one-stop-shop” for all of their sustainability needs. The highly-integrated group concentrates on legal issues in the sustainability context. The Group includes experts in environmental law, land use, real estate, construction, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, intellectual property, tax and other disciplines to address sustainability legal issues in a comprehensive way, on a wide-ranging field of “green” issues.