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28 Util. Sec. Newsl.: Periodic Rep. Members Sec. Pub. Util. L. A.B.A. 1 (1987-1988)

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A Periodic Report to the Memblers of t/he Sect ion of PublIic Wgiit) Low of tire American Baor A.%srniariionr

Volume 28, Number I
-Decembcr 1987

* Section members may request
transcripts from the program of
the 1987 San Francisco Meeting.
• Words of welcome from the new
,Section Chairman
* A complete roster of Committees,
Chairmen, anti Vicc-Chairmcn, for
the year 1987-88.
0 Section members may obtain
copies of litigation reports issued
by Section Committees.
 Competitive Bidding
* Excess Capacity
* Fiber optics
 Solicitations for new capacity
* Qls add unwanted capacity
 Demand conversion/reduction
* Take-or-Pay Credits
* Open access transportation
* FERC Order No. 500
* Roster for 1987-88.
* Roster for 1987-88.
* Entry level seminar scheduled for
March 1988.
* Access Charges
* line-of-Business Restrictions
Ei)ITOR: Bruce W, Radford, Suite
200, 2111 Wilson Boulevard,
Arlington, Virginia 22201. Pli:

Upcoming Events
On April I 1-12, 1988, at the
Westin Hotel in Washington, I).C., the
Section of Public Utility law will
conduct its National Institute on
The course designed for new-
comers to the field of public utility
law and will cover the many aspects
of ratemaking and regulation of elec-
tric, natural gas, and telecommunica-
tions firms.
Brochures describing the Insti-
tute and announcing arrangements
for hotel reservations and fees will
be mailed to all Section members.
For additional information, please
contact Frank P Saponaro, Jr, Esq.,
Ph: 202-872-5155.
Available to Section
Copies will soon be available of
the formal litigation reports issued in
October 1987 by the various con-
mittees of tble Section of Public 1.Itil-
ity law, as soon as the reports are
distributed by their respective com-
mittee chairmen.
Please contact Deborah McEw-
en, i.aison, Section of Public Utility
law, American Bar Association, 75 0
lake Shore [)rive, Chicago, Illinois
60611, Ph: 312-988-5602, for any in.
formation concerning when individ-
ual committee reports will be avail.
able for distribution.
A single copy of one, two, or
three committee reports is made
available to Section members at no
charge. There is a charge of $5 per
copy for a duplicate copy of a partic-
tular committee report, or for a copy

of a report issued by a fourth (or
more) committee. Please make
checks payable to American Bar
(;opies will soon be available of
the transcript of the two formil pro-
grams presented by the Section of
Public Utility law at the 1987 An-
nual Meeting of the American liar As.
soclation, held In San Francisco, last
1. Telecommunications: The Next,
Century, the Technology and the
law. Speakers Include William I..
Keefauver, Vice-President & Gen-
eral Counsel, AT&T Bell laborato-
ries; Casimir S. Skrzypczak, Vice
President, Science and Technolo-
gy, NYNEX Corp.; and Ambrose W.
Clay, Vice-President, Research and
Development, GTE Communica-
tions Systems.
2. The Constitution and Energy: St.
premacy, Federalism, and Energy
Policy. Speakers Include The lIon-
orable Charles G. Stalon, Commis.
sioncr, Federal Energy Regulatory
Commission; Robert Johnston,
lII.I)., Chairman, Arkansas Public
Service Commission; John E. Brv-
son, Executive vice-President,
Southern California Edison Con-
pany; Jerry L. Pfeffer, Pfeffer,
Lindsay & Associates, Inc., The
IHonorable C. Michael Naev.,
Commissioner, Federal E-nergy
Regulatory Commission; Elizabeth
B. lacy, Chairman, Virginia State
Corporation Commissiom, We'ndell
!1. Adair, Jr, Esq., Mayer, Brown &
Platt, Chicago; and Frank )oug-
lass, Fsq., Scott, Douglass & L.uton,
Austin, Texas.
Please contact Deborah Mciii-
en, liaison, Section of Public Utility
law, American Bar Association, 7561
lake Shore l)rive, Chicago, Illinois
6061 1, Ph: 312-988-5602, for addi-
tioal information.

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