This panel of speakers, experienced with handling all aspects of FERC Enforcement matters on the legal and analytical front, will discuss key developments in FERC Enforcement that have occurred this year—and likely developments ahead. The discussion will cover important Enforcement areas such as natural gas and electric market manipulation; how FERC handles electric reliability “inquiries” and “investigations”; FERC Enforcement’s increased focus on infrastructure and certificate-related violations; and whether companies, defense counsel, and economic experts should approach Enforcement matters differently now than in the past.
Experts will share insights on the handling of all aspects of FERC Enforcement matters on the legal and analytical front, as well as discuss key developments in FERC Enforcement that have occurred this year, and likely future developments
Key aspects of FERC enforcement that will be addressed include:
- Natural gas and electric market manipulation
- How FERC handles electric reliability “inquiries” and “investigations”
- FERW Enforcement’s increased focus on infrastructure and certificate-related violations
- whether companies, defense counsel and economic experts should approach FERC Enforcement matters differently now than in the past.
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