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Lead trial counsel for a major energy company in dispute with one of the world’s largest oil companies. The oil company sought $32 million plus punitive damages based on alleged lost profits and equipment damages from electrical interruptions to a California refinery.  After a four-week trial in federal court (Central District of California), the jury returned a straight defense verdict in our favor on all claims.  This case was profiled in Law360.

Represented utility company in action by owner of wind generation facilities seeking $30 million for alleged breach of interconnection agreements. Obtained a favorable settlement following successful motions and agency decision.

Represented a utility company against claims brought by a power provider for enforcement of PURPA and for damages under various 42 U.S.C. § 1983 theories. Negotiated a voluntary dismissal of most claims and prevailed on summary judgment on the remaining claims.

Represented a utility company in disputes with municipalities over public work fees.

Represented a utility company in a putative class action involving electric metering. Obtained the dismissal of class allegations.

Represented a petroleum company in individual actions resulting from an oil spill.

  • “Sklar Kirsh helped us achieve the impossible.  The SK team is incredibly strategic, accommodating, and downright brilliant.  They guided us deftly through a maze of complex decisions that would have otherwise been bewildering.  Every member of the SK team has been a true partner for us since day one, and they’ve worked around the clock to get us to our stated goal – to build an even stronger company that can do more good for its customers and staff."
    — Jack Li, CEO of Datassential

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