Energy industry stakeholders face unprecedented challenges in everyday operations as they seek to comply with changing market rules, evolving compliance obligations, and potential enforcement actions. Buying and selling energy in often difficult market conditions has become more complicated in the face of anticipated yet undefined climate change legislation and regulation. For the managers and general counsel of many energy companies, success in uncertain times has been the result of the counsel and representation provided by Schiff Hardin attorneys in the Energy and Public Utilities group.
The attorneys in the Schiff Hardin Energy and Public Utilities Group have helped managers and general counsel of electric utilities, municipal and cooperative electric suppliers, electric "merchant" generators, electric and natural gas marketers, natural gas pipelines, natural gas local distribution companies, and other energy companies meet their regulatory obligations in virtually all aspects of applicable regulatory law. In addition to assisting clients with transaction and litigation needs, Schiff Hardin's energy lawyers also participate actively in its Corporate and Securities, Finance, Litigation, Construction, andEnvironmental practices to provide integrated services addressing the legal needs of its diverse energy industry clients.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Energy and Public Utilities Group