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Winston & Strawn LLP

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United States: Industry focus

Energy litigation: conventional power

Within: Energy litigation: conventional power

Under the leadership of Joseph Karp, the energy group at Winston & Strawn LLP acts for a variety of power producers on contentious regulatory matters and has a special expertise in the nuclear sector. In a standout piece of work, Tyson Smith is representing Cameco Resources, a large uranium producer, in three separate cases challenging licensing actions filed by anti-mining groups and a local tribe. Gordon Coffee and Raymond Wuslich are representing Public Service Electric & Gas Company as an intervener in an administrative FERC complaint case brought by TranSourc against PJM Interconection related to incremental auction revenue rights. Another engagement is the defence of DTE against claims brought by anti-nuclear groups in an administrative litigation regarding the licensing process for the Fermi 3 reactor. The firm’s client roster also includes NRG and Duke Energy. Dave Repka retired and Basheer Ghorayeb joined from Jones Day.

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Energy regulatory: conventional power

Within: Energy regulatory: conventional power

Winston & Strawn LLP regularly represents a broad client portfolio, including New York’s eight transmission-owning utilities who formed the New York ISO, in NRC licensing proceedings, FERC rate and cost allocation issues, market manipulation claims, market-based rate filings and FERC-jurisdictional transactions. John Whittaker and Kimberly Ognisty continue to counsel PG&E on all FERC-licensed hydroelectric projects, including ongoing license compliance. Tyson Smith and William Horin are advising Sempra Energy and its subsidiary San Diego Gas and Electric on nuclear regulatory and commercial issues associated with the shutdown and decommissioning of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Other notable clients are NextEra Energy, Honeywell and Duke Energy. David Repka has retired.

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