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  1. Commercial: 34%
  2. Energy & Utilities: 33%
  3. Antitrust & Trade Law: 33%

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Dickstein Shapiro Et Al
1825 Eye Street Nw
Washington, DC, 200065403

Office () 2

Crowell & Moring Llp

1001 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC, 20004



DCActive 198905/24/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Washington DC Super LawyersWashington DC Super Lawyers2007
Leading Attorney in the Energy categoryChambers Global Guides2007
America's Leading Lawyers for BusinessN/A2006
New Stars, New WorldsN/A2006
The Best Lawyers in America for 2007N/A2006
Leading Attorney in the Energy categoryChambers Global Guides2006
The Best Lawyers in AmericaN/A2005
Publication nameTitleDate
Electric Light & PowerWhat’s Left of the Mobile-Sierra2007
Wind TodayInterconnection and Transmission Funding Arrangements in Wind Power Development2007
Electric Light & PowerBenefit of Counsel: Building a Billion Dollar Power Plant2006
Electric Light & PowerFERC’s Station Power Policies2006
Electric Light & PowerPsst - Wanna Build a Power Plant?2006
Electric Light & PowerBenefit of Counsel: Removing Impediments to Wind and Other Renewable Resources2006
Electric Light & PowerBenefit of Counsel: PURPA Lives2006
Electric Light & PowerWhy Can't I Just Retire my Plant?2005
Electric Light & PowerLaw? What Law? Generators Selling in RTO Markets Still Have Control Over Their Rates2005
Electric Light & PowerNondiscriminatory Transmission Cannot Ensure Competition2005
Electric Light & PowerSuccess of Wind Energy Requires Immediate Changes in Federal Policies2005
Legal Times MagazineSave Your Local Utility2004
UnknownA Market Access Plan for Vertically Integrated Utilities2004
Electric Light & PowerCarrots & Competition: Shouldn’t Utilities Earn a ‘Return’ on Purchased Power?2004
Electric Light and PowerRethinking the Near-Term Platform for Achieving Competitive Wholesale Markets2003
Electricity JournalEmerging Liability Issues for the New Electric Power Industry1998
Independent EnergyEnergy Focus1997
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Chicago Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1985
University of ChicagoPolitical ScienceBA - Bachelor of Arts1982
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Energy Bar Association Annual MeetingOpen Access Transmission Tariff Reform2007
AWEA Fall SymposiumCurrent Regulatory Issues Associated with Wind Energy2006
OATT Reform ConferenceAvailable Transmission Capacity, Now you see it, now you don’t?2006
OATT Reform ConferenceOATT Reform NOPR, What’s Missing — But Not Forgotten, Hopefully2006
AWEA WINDPOWER 2006 Conference & ExhibitionGenerator Interconnection: An Evaluation of Interconnection and Transmission Funding Arrangements on Wind Power Development2006
AWEA Wind Energy Fall SymposiumRegulatory Issues Facing Wind Energy Suppliers2005
UnknownUnderstanding FERC and Order 888 — Past, Present and Future2005
Seattle, WashingtonPower Generation — Utility RFPs and IPP Generation2004
Southeastern Electric Exchange Rate Section MeetingWashington Update2004

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