Public Utility Law
Our Attorneys provide counsel to clients in regulated industries including water and wastewater, telecommunications and energy. Members of our Firm have counseled public utilities, municipalities, developers and utility consultants on a broad spectrum of utility, business, real estate, condemnation and right-of-way issues since 1960. Our public utility representation includes participation in certification, rate making and other proceedings before the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission and other State agencies.
We advise and assist clients on matters and transactions including entity creation and structuring, initial certification, negotiation of construction, utility supply and service agreements, utility joint ventures, utility mergers and acquisitions, utility financing, and land use, real estate, right-of-way and easement acquisition, and condemnation transactions and proceedings.
Representative Utility Transactions and Projects:
- Entity creation and structure
- Sales, acquisitions and mergers
- Rate proceedings
- Construction programs
- Certificates of Need and Certificates of Territorial Authority
- Easement acquisition and condemnation
- Capacity development program
- Utility financing
- Territorial disputes
- Tariff filings
- Legislative monitoring
We are committed to providing innovative yet practical solutions to our client’s in connection with their utility related needs and challenges. Often times those needs or challenges may also require counsel beyond utility regulation and involve land use, real estate, corporate, regulatory and governmental issues. Clark Quinn’s attorneys are equipped to respond.
For more information about the Firm’s public utility practice please contact Keith L. Beall, Robert B. Scott or Michael P. Maxwell.