Declining to Unscramble the Omelet: The Ninth Circuit's Decision in Montana Consumer Counsel v. FERC and the Future of the "Just and Reasonable" Standard in Market-Based Utility Rates (PDF)
Discusses Montana Consumer Counsel v. FERC, in which the Ninth Circuit moved away from strict adherence to the Federal Power Act's "just and reasonable" standard for market-based rates but nevertheless upheld the concept of market-based rates.
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Publisher :LexisNexis Emerging Issues Analysis
Format: Electronic, 4 Pages
In this Emerging Issues Analysis, attorney William A. Mogel discusses Montana Consumer Counsel v. FERC, in which the Ninth Circuit moved away from strict adherence to the Federal Power Act's "just and reasonable" standard for market-based rates but nevertheless upheld the concept of market-based rates.
William A. Mogel is a partner in the law firm of Mogel & Sweet, Washington, D.C. He is a co-editor of Energy Law and Transactions and the editor of Regulation of the Gas Industry, both published by LexisNexis.
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