- Telecommunications Law
- Smart Grid
- Utility Regulation and Litigation
- Administrative Law
|University ||St. John's College, B.A., 1989|
|Law School||University of Chicago, J.D., 1992|
|Admitted||1992, Colorado; 1993, U.S. District Court, District of Colorado; 1994, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit|
|Born||Denver, Colorado, February 1, 1967|
Mr. Gifford joined Wilkinson Barker Knauer in 2010. Adjunct Professor, University of Colorado Law School. Chairman, Federalist Society's Telecommunications Practice Group. Director, Silicon Flatirons Institute for Regulatory Law and Economics. Board Chairman, iGrowth Global. Former Chairman, Colorado Public Utilities Commission. Former President, Progress and Freedom Foundation. Former First Assistant Attorney General, Regulatory Law Section, Colorado. Law Clerk, Chief Judge Richard P. Matsch, U.S. District Court Colorado, 1993.
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EPA's CO2 Rules and the Cooperative and Municipal Question
Raymond L. Gifford,Matthew S. Larson,Gregory E. Sopkin, November 14, 2014
Limited or lack of jurisdiction over cooperatives and municipal utilities for activities covered by all Building Blocks presents significant implementation and enforcement hurdles. While cooperatives and municipalities that own and/or operate generation are subject to air quality regulations under...
EPA's CO2 Rule and 18 States' Resolutions and Legislation
Raymond L. Gifford,Matthew S. Larson,Gregory E. Sopkin, August 29, 2014
18 state legislatures passed either legislation or resolutions that EPA has rejected in its CO2 Emission Guidelines. The states demanded that the EPA respect state primacy in setting performance standards under Section 111(d) and/or allow the state maximum flexibility to implement carbon standards,...
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