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939 F.3d 47 *; 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 28036 **; 2019-2 Trade Cas. (CCH) P80,935; 2019 WL 4463281
SCOTT BREIDING; AMY POLLUTRO; MIKAELA ORTSTEIN-OTERO; BENJAMIN ROSE; MARGARET LEWIS; RICHARD LEWIS; ERIC LONG; PETER STEERS; BRADFORD KEITH; JOHN ODUM; DAVID LEIGHTON; DONNA CORDEIRO; JANICE ANGELILLO; ANNA MARIA FORNINO; MICHELE CASSETTA; JUDY CENNAMI, on behalf of themselves and others similarly situated, Plaintiffs, Appellants, ERIK ALLEN; NICHOLAS CORREIA; JANICE BRADY; OPAL ASH; ROBERTO PRATS; MARK LEJEUNE, Plaintiffs, v. EVERSOURCE ENERGY, a Massachusetts voluntary association; AVANGRID, INC., a New York corporation, Defendants, Appellees.
Prior History: [**1] APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS. Hon. Denise J. Casper, U.S. District Judge.
Breiding v. Eversource Energy, 344 F. Supp. 3d 433, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 154610 (D. Mass., Sept. 11, 2018)
natural gas, FERC, plaintiffs', electricity, tariff, filed-rate, antitrust, wholesale, rates, transportation, transmission, district court, regulations, state-law, retail, pipeline, energy, gas pipeline, generators, purchasers, defendants', challenges, contracts, no-notice, reserved, prices, resell, federal claim, spot market, interstate
Civil Procedure, Appeals, Standards of Review, De Novo Review, Pleadings, Complaints, Requirements for Complaint, Defenses, Demurrers & Objections, Motions to Dismiss, Failure to State Claim, Antitrust & Trade Law, Regulated Industries, Energy & Utilities, US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Business & Corporate Compliance, Energy & Utilities Law, Natural Gas Industry, Natural Gas Act, Energy & Utilities Law, Regulators, US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Authorities & Powers, Electric Power Industry, Federal Power Act, Federal Rate Regulation, Exemptions & Immunities, Filed Rate Doctrine, Public Utilities & Telecommunications Carriers, Electric Power Rates, Filed Rate Doctrine, Subject Matter Jurisdiction, Supplemental Jurisdiction, Pendent Claims