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Susanna Chu (02/28/14)
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.
David L. Cousineau (01/24/14)
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 (01/24/14)
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.
Jeffrey A. Fuisz (01/24/14)
Jeff is a Litigation partner with a focus 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. Jeff regularly defends corporations against fraud allegations and argues on behalf of his clients for the enforcement of contract rights. He represents clients in complex proceedings before regulators and courts across the energy landscape.