Historically, the Public Utility Law Committee has focused on review of laws
pertaining to public utilities, both substantive and procedural, with particular
reference to the methods, processes and extent of legal control exercised by law
administering agencies other than courts, and the methods, processes and extent
of review exercised by courts over such agencies in addition to the power to
consider proposed legislation relating to the subjects above-mentioned; and
consideration of proposals pending before federal or state departments, agencies
or officers for the promulgation of administrative rules or regulations
governing administrative procedure.
September 2008: Previously a standing committee of the New York State Bar Association, the Business Law Section is pleased to welcome the Public Utility Law Committee as its tenth substantive subcommittee.
Recent Committee Activity
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Membership in this Committee is a benefit available to Business Law Section members. To join, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.