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Regulatory Models and Regulated Utilities: Where we have been; Where are we going?
Start Date: 4/19/2019Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Date: 4/19/2019End Time: 2:00 PM
Event Description:
MSBA Public Utilities Law Section and Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Co-Sponsored Half-Day CLE  

Regulatory Models and 
Regulated Utilities: 
Where we have been; 
Where are we going?
 
Friday, April 19, 2019
9:15 AM to 12:30 PM (Lunch reception to follow)
Mitchell Hamline School of Law 
875 Summit Avenue 
St. Paul, MN 55105
Please join the MSBA Public Utilities Law Section and Mitchell Hamline School of Law as our speakers discuss the ever changing regulatory and legal landscape faced by regulated utilities, consumer advocates and other stakeholders.  Three expert panels will discuss past efforts at regulatory reform, what's worked and what hasn't, and what the future may hold, particularly in the energy sector. 
 
The day will begin with registration and breakfast at 8:45 am. The program begins at 9:15 am.
 
A lunch reception will begin at 12:30 pm (at the end of the CLE program)

REGISTER
 
Deadline to Register: 
April 17, 2019
CLE Credits: 
3.0 Standard CLE Credits to be applied for 
Event Code: TBD
 
Cost:
MSBA Member and Non-Member: $10 
Law Student:  Free
 
Remote Participation: 
Remote participation is NOT available.





Panel I: Telecommunications- Lessons Learned 
Our first panel will focus on the significant technology and regulatory changes in the telecommunications industry in the past 20 years.  A speaker from each of the cable, wireline and wireless sectors will join moderator Eric Swanson, of Winthrop & Weinstine, P. A., for this discussion.   
 
Panel II: Energy- Where Have We Been & What have we Learned?
 
The second panel will discuss regulatory reform efforts to date in the energy sector – both across the country and in Minnesota.  Speakers from California and Texas will discuss approaches taken and lessons learned in other states, while a third panelist reviews Minnesota's efforts to date.  This panel will be moderated by Phyllis Reha, PAR Energy Solutions LLC. 
 
Panel III: Energy- Where Are We Going?
 
Our final panel will pull out their crystal balls and discuss the future of regulatory reform, focused on the energy sector.  Again, our panel will provide both a national and a local perspective in addressing the opportunities and potential pitfalls in alternative regulatory models.  Commissioner Dan Lipschultz, Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, will lead what should be a lively and interesting discussion.   

Accommodations: If you need reasonable accommodations to participate in this event please notify us 72 hours prior to the meeting to allow sufficient time to make arrangements. 
MINNESOTA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION 
  


CONTACT US
 
Kara Haro
Section Services
(612) 278-6329
kharo@mnbar.org














 
 
Location Information:
Mitchell Hamline School of Law - *Main Campus
875 Summit Ave
St. Paul, MN 55105
Phone: 651-227-9171
Room: Auditorium (245)
Contact Information:
Name: Kara Haro
Email: kharo@mnbars.org

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