Utility Regulations

Utility Regulations Attorney

Located in Historic Downtown Rogers, AR Representing all of Northwest Arkansas 
Utility Law is legal regulation of generation, transmission and distribution of essential services and commodities provided to the public by private businesses or organizations. The government regulates the delivery of electricity, water, telecommunications and communication to provide efficient, reliable and affordable services.

regulatory litigation

Our Utility Law attorneys present the legal and regulatory expertise to manage the specifications of strategic, technical and financial issues regarding utilities. Lawyers in our firm present matters before the Arkansas Public Service Commission in cases regarding Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) and the construction of power lines.

due diligence

In the process of due diligence, all aspects of the parties involved are evaluated to make a complete and thorough decision based upon the company, finances, judgments and politicization of a proposed transaction. Due Diligence is a formal procedure of identifying the risks and potential issues involved in a proposed transaction and it allows us to provide counsel and representation to capitalize on short and long-term goals.


Our Utility Law Attorneys have represented both utilities and businesses in negotiations of utility provisions before the Arkansas Public Service Commission and other state and federal regulatory agencies. These proceedings involve construction agreements, real property and energy rates.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Our Utility Law attorney ensures that a merger and acquisition of utility companies are in compliance with the Federal Trade Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission. Our attorneys provide counsel and representation through the structured transactions of a merger (consolidation of companies) and acquisition (takeover or purchase of one business by another).

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