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  1. Appellate Litigation: 34%
  2. Regulatory: 33%
  3. Civil Rights: 33%

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Reed Smith

Two Embarcadero Center
Suite 2000
San Francisco, CA, 94111-3922

Friedman & Springwater LLP

33 New Montgomery St Ste 290
San Francisco, CA, 94105-4520



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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Super LawyerN/A2006
Association namePosition nameDuration
California Academy of Appellate LawyersMemberN/A
Federal Communications Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Energy Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Conference of California Public Utility CounselMemberN/A
Bar Association of San FranciscoMemberN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
California Lawyer MagazineRegulatory Litigation: What to Expect Before the Water Boards: Be Wary, Procedures May Lead to Unfairness2006
Daily JournalAntitrust Defense May Not Apply to Subsidiary That is Heavily Regulated2003
California Lawyer MagazineAppeals: Appellate Lawyers, Beware: The Summary Denial of a Writ Petition Can Give Rise to Preclusion2001
California Lawyer MagazineAppeals: Keeping Up on the Rules for PUC Decisions: New Judicial Review Rules1999
California Lawyer MagazineAntitrust: Challenging and Defending Public Utilities: The Erosion of State Action Immunity by Deregulation1998
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Chicago Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1971
University of Chicago Law SchoolN/AA.B.1968
Stanford UniversityN/AN/AN/A
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Conference of California Public Utility CounselClimate Change: California’s Policies on Global Warming2005
Conference of California Public Utility CounselCPUC Practice — The Appellate Process: A Practitioner’s View2004
Conference of California Public Utility CounselCurrent Practice Under Public Utilities Code Section 8512003
National Conference of Regulatory AttorneysRecent Developments in Water Utility Regulation2002
National Conference of Regulatory AttorneysCalifornia’s Covalt Doctrine2001
Conference of California Public Utility CounselJudicial Review of CPUC Decisions — Challenging and Defending CPUC Decisions in Federal Court2000
Mealey’s Conference on California’s Emerging Toxic TortsThe PUC Defense1999
Hastings Law Journal SymposiumMixed Signals: Academic and Industrial Perspectives on the Telecommunications Act of 19961999

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