Monthly Archives: March 2013

Futures & Derivatives Law Report: Energy Commodities – The Netherworld Between FERC and CFTC Jurisdiction

Paul J. Pantano, Jr., Terence Healey, and Joseph Williams authored an article entitled, “Energy Commodities – The Netherworld Between FERC and CFTC Jurisdiction” in the March issue of Futures & Derivatives Law Report. To view the full article, click here.

Posted in Articles, CFTC, Enforcement and Investigations, FERC, Oil & Gas, Power, Regulation

DC Circuit Court Holds FERC Lacks Jurisdiction in Hunter v. FERC

On Friday, March 15, 2013, the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit held that “[b]ecause manipulation of natural gas futures contracts falls within the CFTC’s exclusive jurisdiction and because nothing in the Energy Policy Act clearly and … Continue reading

Posted in Cases, Enforcement and Investigations, FERC, Oil & Gas, Power, Regulation

Have Your Say and Win! Complete Our 2013 Annual Conference Survey

Location? Timing? Topics? Your feedback is critical to our programming. Help us create an informative program by completing our survey! One respondent will be randomly selected to win a $25 gift card.

Posted in Uncategorized

Cadwalader Names J.P. Morgan Deal Maker James Woolery as Deputy Chairman and Co-Chair of Corporate Department

”J.P. Morgan Deal Maker Joins Law Firm,” read the headline in The Wall Street Journal, which announced that James Woolery will join Cadwalader as Deputy Chairman and Co-Chair of the Corporate Department. Woolery, who is widely recognized as one of … Continue reading

Posted in Announcement, Commodity Trading, Finance, Oil & Gas, Power, Renewables