Mr. Meier has extensive experience in regulatory affairs and government litigation representing corporations and individuals doing business in California. He primarily represents national companies in technology, health care, energy, telecommunications, wireless and transportation and infrastructure industries. His practice focuses on government contracts, public utilities and regulatory matters, involving government action, state and local procurement, bid protests, writ actions, commercial litigation, contract negotiations, performance audits, government investigations, false claims and qui tam matters, and public records and conflicts of interest disputes.
Mr. Meier has handled numerous trials and arbitrations, mediations, and administrative hearings involving commercial disputes, government contracts, regulatory actions, agency licensing and enforcement actions. He routinely works with state regulators, state Attorney Generals’ offices, agency staff, and stake holders on governmental and private party disputes. He has broad expertise in federal and state energy and telecommunications regulatory matters, involving the CPUC, CEC, FCC, FERC and other government agencies.
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