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Getting the Deal Through—Electricity Regulation 2013

Getting the Deal Through—Electricity Regulation 2013

White & Case is pleased to have contributed to Electricity Regulation 2013, published by Getting the Deal Through. The book covers regulations in 27 jurisdictions with information for each jurisdiction presented in an accessible question and answer format. Earle O'Donnell, Chair of White & Case's Global Power Industry Group, was the Contributing Editor to the book.

The book's article on the United States was authored by Mr. O'Donnell and Caileen Gamache, both in White & Case's Washington, DC office. It explores the current state of the legal and regulatory landscape of the United States electricity sector

To download an electronic version of the article, click here. The article is reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through - Electricity Regulation 2013 (published in October 2012; Contributing Editor Earle H. O’Donnell, White & Case LLP). For further information please visit www.GettingTheDealThrough.com.

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