Energy-regulation expert William Booth has joined Michael Best as the head of its Federal Energy Regulatory Commission practice in Washington, D.C., leaving Dentons after five years, he confirmed Wednesday.
Booth, whose first day at Michael Best was Oct. 14, said he was excited about the change.
“What I was really looking for was a smaller, more flexible and responsive firm, someplace where I could offer excellent legal services but at highly competitive rates,” Booth said. “In the case of clients that I've worked with, which are regulated clients — they're regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, they're regulated by state public service commissions — it's got to be a rate that the regulatory agencies are going to think is reasonable.”
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