Heather M. Horne

Heather Horne is of counsel in Steptoe's Washington office, where she is a member of the Regulatory & Industry Affairs Department. Ms. Horne’s practice focuses primarily on electric utility law, oil pipeline matters, and related energy litigation. She represents investor–owned electric utilities, oil pipelines and energy investors before federal courts and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in a variety of matters, including transmission pricing and access, rate design, contract disputes, prudence, reorganizations, and compliance.

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Areas of Practice 1) Electric Power, 2) Energy, 3) Energy Transactions and 4) Pipeline
Law School The University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (J.D., 2005)
Admitted Year 1992
Education Stanford University (B.A., 2000)
Bar Member / Association District of Columbia, California State Bar Association
Most recent firm Steptoe & Johnson
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