Los Angeles, California 90071-1560
Charlie Read practices energy and public utilities law in Jones Day's Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. offices. He heads the firm's energy regulatory practice in California, handling matters concerning electric power, telecommunications and pipelines in state and federal court and before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the California Public Utilities Commission and other state commissions. His clients include public utilities, renewable and fossil fuel power producers, energy marketers and traders as well as investors and lenders in these sectors. Charlie has taught a course on energy law at the UCLA Law School.
|Areas of Practice||1) Environment and 2) Land & Resources|
|Law School||UCLA School of Law (J.D.)|
|Education||Harvard University (A.B.1971)|
|Bar Member / Association||District of Columbia State Bar Associations,California State Bar Associations,New York State Bar Associations|
|Most recent firm||Latham & Watkins LLP|
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