Scott A. Robbinsgraduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia, School of Law in... more
Scott A. Robbinsgraduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia, School of Law in 1996, achieving honors, including the CALI award of excellence in the field of local government. He began his practice in Poplar Bluff in 1996. Scott has tried numerous civil and administrative bench trials and has successfully argued multiple appeals. Scotts practice includes working with citizens to form and ... view profile
Energy and utility laws regulate the development, construction, and operation of power generation facilities. Energy and utility laws deal with public gas and water utilities, competitive energy suppliers, small power producers and other wholesale electric generators, utility holding companies, municipal utilities and entities, industrial customers, and utility consumer groups. The energy and utility industries are highly regulated and difficult to navigate, so a lawyer who specializes in energy and utility laws can be very helpful.