Download the June 14 Distressed Energy Investments Program Materials


On June 14, Cadwalader hosted a discussion on the ever-changing business landscape for energy companies created by recent market changes, FERC regulations and the Dodd-Frank Act.

Keynote speaker, The Honorable Donna L. Nelson, Chairman of the Public Utility Commission of Texas, addressed the state of ERCOT and the changes underway to foster development of power generation. In addition, Dr. Samuel A. Newell, Principal of the Brattle Group, discussed the report he authored on resource adequacy in ERCOT, issued June 1.

Cadwalader attorneys and other guest speakers addressed commercial, regulatory and bankruptcy issues, including lessons from MF Global, and explored an in-depth case study of the Dynegy restructuring.

Click here to download the agenda.
Click here to download the presentation materials.
Click here to download the Brattle Group report referenced in the program.

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