Energy, Telecommunications and Water Law Update 2015

Energy, Telecommunications and Water Law Update – 2015

This program is Co-Sponsored by the Public Utilities Section

Friday, February 27, 2015

9:00AM-2:00PM

2015 Presentations

Pyle Center, Room 235

 

Program Description: An update of notable regulatory and legal cases, statuses, and administrative code provisions impacting practitioners in the energy, telecommunications and water arena in the year 2014.

Who Should Attend: Those interested in PSCW activities, energy and telecommunications law attorneys, water attorneys, municipal attorneys, and environmental attorneys.

Key Takeaways: Gain understanding of key developments in energy, telecommunications and water regulation; Explore recent happenings in the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin; Learn about changes in electric technologies and state reforms.

Agenda:

9:00 – 9:05 – Introduction | Bryan Kleinmaier, Partner, Stafford Rosenbaum LLP

9:05-10:00 – Overview of Changes at the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin | Cynthia Smith, Chief Legal Counsel at the PSCW

10:00-10:25 – Telecommunications Law Updates | Mike Varda, PSCW Office of General Counsel & Judd Genda, Partner, Axley Brynelson in Madison

10:25-10:40 – Break

10:40 – 11:20 – Energy Law Updates | Kira Loehr, Executive Director and General Counsel, Citizens Utility Board of Wisconsin, Inc., PSCW case updates & David Gilles, Godrey and Kahn, State and Federal legislative and case updates

11:20-11:50 – Municipal Law Updates | Anita Gallucci, Partner, Boardman and Clark LLP

11:50 – 12:20 – PSCW Water Regulatory Law Updates | Lawrie Kobza, Partner, Boardman and Clark LLP

12:20-1:40 – Lunch with Speaker, Changing Electric Technologies and State Reforms | Lauren Azar, Attorney, Azar Law LLC

1:40-2:00 – Questions and Answers

2:00 – Program concludes

Register Here: 

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$125 Registration Fee

Registration includes instruction, course materials and meals.

Directions and Where to Park: 

Pyle Center is located at 702 Langdon Street on the UW-Madison Campus. Parking ramps are on Lake St.

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