Litigation, Regulatory and Markets
In today's complex, restructured energy landscape, industry players face evolving regulatory structures and competition. Navigant helps clients develop successful energy regulatory strategies that can be fully implemented across operations.
Navigant is a nationally recognized authority in the energy industry. Our professionals provide expert testimony and assistance to clients involved in complex regulatory and litigation cases before administrative and legislative agencies, state regulatory commissions, the Federal Regulatory Energy Commission (FERC), the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
Navigant works in tandem with corporate regulatory teams and counsel to provide high-quality, cost effective services while making sure that each step of the process is organized, well documented and in compliance.
Navigant provides energy companies and counsel with objective and comprehensive analyses regarding the potential value or cost of a dispute. We also consult on a full range of economic and regulatory matters.
Mandatory Reliability Standards
Helping our clients comply with NERC and Regional Mandatory Reliability Standards.
Litigation documentation & discovery support
Navigant can take responsibility for the entire litigation discovery process, from identifying the universe of documents to the trial itself. We can also plan and execute to a standard that ensures consistency with the latest case law and withstands the highest level of scrutiny.
Transaction dispute support
Navigant is recognized for our industry and technical competence, innovative solutions, hands-on approach, dedication, responsive nature, flexible cost structure and our ability to partner seamlessly with clients.
Rate case management
Navigant provides turnkey services by collaborating with a client's staff or working independently on a specific technical issue. Our professionals have presented and supported expert testimony on behalf of energy and utility industry clients before more than 30 regulatory bodies, the Federal Regulatory Energy Commission (FERC), the U.S. Department of Justice, and the National Energy Board of Canada.