The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) comprises two distinct regulatory bodies:
Although two distinct regulatory bodies, the Commission and Division generally operate in concert. This is evidenced by the Division’s status as an indispensable party in all Commission proceedings, and the Division’s statutory charge to enforce all directives of the Commission. Both entities may conduct inquiries, investigations and hearings to effectuate their respective duties. Both may issue orders that have the force and effect of law.
The attorneys at Desautel Browning Law practice before the PUC, representing private clients, quasi-state entities, and municipal clients. They have the knowledge and experience you need to appear before the PUC.
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