Energy Law Journal, Volume 21, No. 1 (2000)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ARTICLES

WHO NEEDS WHAT, AND WHY? REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE OBLIGATIONS IN EMERGING COMPETITIVE ELECTRICITY MARKETS
Donald F. Santa, Jr.

UNIVERSAL SERVICE IN COMPETITIVE RETAIL ELECTRIC POWER MARKETS: WHITHER THE DUTY TO SERVE?
Jim Rossi

WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM RESTRUCTURING IN NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION?
Dr. Jeffrey J. Leitzinger
Steve Ostrover

ANTITRUST LAW REGULATION: A NEW FOCUS FOR A COMPETITIVE ENERGY INDUSTRY
Ray S. Bolze
John C. Peirce 
Linda L. Walsh

TRACKING STRANDED COSTS
Ajay Gupta

NOTES

DAYTON POWER v. BROWNER

INDIANAPOLIS POWER & LIGHT CO. v. PENNSYLVANIA PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION

BOOK REVIEWS

888 ANNOTATED USER'S GUIDE TO THE FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION'S OPEN ACCESS TARIFF 
Reviewed by Howard E. Shapiro

COMMITTEE REPORTS

The Reports of the Energy Bar Association Committees are published online on the EBA’s website at WWW.FELJ.ORG. Included in the full electronic version of the Energy Law Journal, Volume 21, No. 1, are the following reports:

ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES COMMITTEE
ANTITRUST COMMITTEE
ETHICS COMMITTEE
JUDICIAL REVIEW COMMITTEE

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