Energy & Natural Resources: Regulatory
Up and Coming
Practice Areas: Practice focuses principally on matters involving utility regulation and restructuring, and also includes substantial experience in the areas of white collar crime and antitrust litigation and counseling. He represents utilities in a variety of regulatory matters and proceedings, including traditional and performance-based formula ratemaking, smart grids, energy efficiency, renewable energy, clean coal, energy procurement, utility restructuring and competitive market development, and financing. He also provides counsel regarding the preparation, implementation and interpretation of legislation related to these issues.
Professional Memberships: American Bar Association, Antitrust and Public Utilities Sections and Committee on Renewable Energy; Chicago Bar Association, Energy and Communications Law Committee.
Career: Admitted to the Illinois Bar, 2002. Admitted to United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, 2003. Admitted to the Minnesota Bar, 2005. Associate at Sidley Austin LLP (Chicago), 2002-10. Partner at Eimer Stahl LLP, 2010-Present.
Publications: 'Seeing Green: Identifying And Anticipating Regulatory Issues And Risks In The Evolving Energy Efficiency Environment'. Bloomberg Sustainable Energy Law Report, Feb. 2009.
Personal: Born: August 16, 1976. Received his JD, with distinction, from the University of Iowa College of Law, 2002. Member, Iowa Law Review. Received his BA from Wheaton College (Illinois), 1999 (Philosophy).