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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|California Academy of Appellate Lawyers||Member||N/A|
|Federal Communications Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Energy Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Conference of California Public Utility Counsel||Member||N/A|
|Bar Association of San Francisco||Member||N/A|
|California Lawyer Magazine||Regulatory Litigation: What to Expect Before the Water Boards: Be Wary, Procedures May Lead to Unfairness||2006|
|Daily Journal||Antitrust Defense May Not Apply to Subsidiary That is Heavily Regulated||2003|
|California Lawyer Magazine||Appeals: Appellate Lawyers, Beware: The Summary Denial of a Writ Petition Can Give Rise to Preclusion||2001|
|California Lawyer Magazine||Appeals: Keeping Up on the Rules for PUC Decisions: New Judicial Review Rules||1999|
|California Lawyer Magazine||Antitrust: Challenging and Defending Public Utilities: The Erosion of State Action Immunity by Deregulation||1998|
|University of Chicago School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1971|
|Conference of California Public Utility Counsel||Climate Change: California’s Policies on Global Warming||2005|
|Conference of California Public Utility Counsel||CPUC Practice — The Appellate Process: A Practitioner’s View||2004|
|Conference of California Public Utility Counsel||Current Practice Under Public Utilities Code Section 851||2003|
|National Conference of Regulatory Attorneys||Recent Developments in Water Utility Regulation||2002|
|National Conference of Regulatory Attorneys||California’s Covalt Doctrine||2001|
|Conference of California Public Utility Counsel||Judicial Review of CPUC Decisions — Challenging and Defending CPUC Decisions in Federal Court||2000|
|Mealey’s Conference on California’s Emerging Toxic Torts||The PUC Defense||1999|
|Hastings Law Journal Symposium||Mixed Signals: Academic and Industrial Perspectives on the Telecommunications Act of 1996||1999|
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