Mr. Irvine grew up in the communities of Idaho Falls, ID, and Richland, WA. Outside... more
Mr. Irvine grew up in the communities of Idaho Falls, ID, and Richland, WA. Outside of work he is active in the Jackson, WY, community and spends time with his mentee as part of the Teton Mentor Project. In addition, he enjoys whitewater rafting, skiing and other outdoor pursuits, and is an avid international traveler.
Randall "RT" Cox has lived in Wyoming and Montana for most of his life. He worked on... more
Randall "RT" Cox has lived in Wyoming and Montana for most of his life. He worked on ranches, in sawmills, logging and in the oil field to pay for his education. He graduated from the University of Montana cum laude and earned his law degree at the University of Wyoming. He has published books and treatises, including Easements, Access & Eminent Domain. He is involved in his community and ... view profile
Victoria J. Fry is an associate attorney at Bailey, Stock and Harmon, P.C. where she... more
Victoria J. Fry is an associate attorney at Bailey, Stock and Harmon, P.C. where she has practiced law since 2012. Vicky has substantial experience in electrical, natural gas, water, telecommunication, utility law, and trial practice. Vicky clerked under Hon. Dave Williams and the Hon. Daniel J. Kaup in Ft. Collins, Colorado for the 8th Judicial District of Colorado for two years. In 2005 she a... 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.