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Adam Golodner (04/23/14)

Adam Golodner is a partner in our Complex Commercial Litigation Department and the leader of our Global Cybersecurity & Privacy Group. With a unique career spanning more than 20 years of leadership positions in business, academia and government, Adam is well recognized for providing high-impact strategic advice and resolving complex issues at the intersection of law, policy, technology, innovation and economics. He has deep experience with the issues facing private and public-sector clients in critical information infrastructure sectors and focuses on existing and proposed cybersecurity laws and policies and related national security, consumer protection and privacy issues. He also advises on regulatory and compliance matters, including in the antitrust arena, helping clients to develop effective and efficient programs and representing them in investigations and related litigation brought by various US and international regulatory regimes. 

David L. Cousineau (04/21/14)

David L. Cousineau is an accomplished litigator with first-chair trial experience. David focuses on complex litigations at the trial and appellate levels, at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and before state utility commissions. Although experienced in all aspects of litigation, he has developed a niche distilling complex issues into easily understandable and persuasive arguments. David has taken a number of cases from the initial stages of claims assessment through trial and appeal, either as part of a small team or while managing large discovery and trial teams across multiple offices.

Kimberly B. Frank (04/21/14)

Kimberly Frank’s practice focuses on electric utility regulation and the economics of complex electricity markets. She represents clients in a broad array of matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and state regulatory agencies, and in appellate matters arising out of those agencies’ decisions.

Plan, Build & Recover: Constructing New Generation With the EPA’s New Regulations and Today’s Budget Realities (04/07/14)

Strategies for Addressing New and Prospective Environmental Regulations: Planning Tomorrow’s Generation Fleet (04/07/14)

Jeffrey A. Fuisz (04/03/14)

Jeff is a litigation partner resident in the New York and District of Columbia offices, who focuses on complex commercial disputes, securities litigation, energy and bankruptcy-related matters. He serves as lead counsel in jury and bench trials in both state and federal courts incorporating the latest technological tools to analyze evidence and present it so that judges and juries quickly make sense of the most salient points in complex disputes. 

Susanna Chu (04/02/14)

Susanna Chu focuses her practice on complex litigation at the trial and appellate levels on behalf of private and governmental entities. Her work spans a variety of subject areas, including banking and finance matters, energy litigation, and statutory interpretation and constitutional issues.

Aton Arbisser (03/26/14)

Aton Arbisser is the Chair of the Litigation Department of Kaye Scholer’s Los Angeles office and part of the firm’s Antitrust and Product Liability groups.

Randall L. Speck (03/26/14)

Randall Speck is responsible for major administrative, litigation, and arbitration matters in the firm’s Washington, DC office. For more than 30 years, Randy has handled a variety of complex proceedings involving electric industry restructuring, development and implementation of organized electric markets, multibillion-dollar contract disputes, design and construction projects, antitrust claims, alleged fraud and negligence suits. He has represented state public utility commissions in major proceedings at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and before the US Courts of Appeals relating to electric resource adequacy, the exercise of market power in wholesale electricity markets and incentive rates of return. Recently, he has represented a major electric utility in a state regulatory proceeding involving the prudence of costs incurred in building a first-of-a-kind-at-its-size baseload power plant and has represented a major US electrical equipment manufacturer in a simultaneous lawsuit and international arbitration over the award and performance of a contract to build a nuclear power plant in the Philippines, including a $2 billion arbitration proceeding. He has represented a number of major US and international manufacturers in multimillion-dollar contract disputes and arbitration matters involving such issues as the international rights to sell patented HIV tests, the development and marketing of generic drugs in the United States, contracts to supply radar equipment to a country in the Middle East in the 1970s and alleged fraud in the manufacture of communications satellite components. He successfully represented a class of former shareholders in a suit to enforce a letter agreement to pay them a percentage of the gain realized on any resale of cellular telephone assets.

Steven S. Rosenthal (03/20/14)

Steven S. Rosenthal has extensive trial court, arbitration and appellate experience on matters involving commercial law, constitutional law and all aspects of administrative practice. He has argued noted cases before the United States Supreme Court and before the United States Courts of Appeals and state appellate courts throughout the United States. In April 2013, he argued before the United States Supreme Court a high-profile case on behalf of the Port of the City of Los Angeles, involving whether federal law restricts the ability of the Port to condition entry of trucks onto its property as part of its Clean Truck Program. Previously, he was victorious in a case heard by the United States Supreme Court in which the Court held that imposition of Social Security taxes on federal judges in office at the time of passage was an unconstitutional diminution of their compensation.

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