10/29/2014: Global Energy Shortage: Are Laws on the Right Side? - Added Oct 03, 2014
Come join Boston International for an academic discussion surrounding the energy regulatory landscape in the United States and abroad. Our current trend towards a global energy crisis presents unique regulatory challenges for countries attempting to incentivize energy development. Professor Steven Ferrey of Suffolk Law School and Andrew Bobenski of John Hancock Financial Services will join us for the evening to discuss what laws regarding energy development look like here at home, and overseas.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Professor Ferrey is an advisor on privatization and sector reform for the World Bank and foreign governments in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and has published books such as Renewable Power in Developing Countries: Winning the War on Global Warming (2006) (with Dr. Anil Cabrall). Professor Ferrey is a full-time member of the Suffolk University School of Law faculty, and currently teaches Contracts, Environmental Law, Energy Law and Climate Change Law.
Andrew Bobenski is a former associate in Day Pitney LLP’s Energy and Utility Practice group, and is currently a Managing Director and Counsel in the North American Investment Law division of John Hancock Financial Services. Mr. Bobenski has published several articles for legal publications regarding energy regulation, including Mass. Is a Shining Example for Solar Power, in the January 13, 2014 edition of Energy Law360.
6:30-8:30 PM, October 29, 2014
Day Pitney LLP
One International Place
Boston, MA 02110
Day Pitney is conveniently located near public transportation. The closes T stops are South Station and Downtown Crossing. For more information, go to www.mbta.com
ABOUT OUR HOST:
Day Pitney LLP is a full-service law firm committed to the highest standards of client service for businesses, financial institutions, government entities, and individuals. Day Pitney provides top-tier legal services and practical solutions to assist clients in achieving their goals.
For more than eight decades, Day Pitney lawyers have been nationally recognized for their energy and utility practices. Representing a diverse group of clients across the nation and around the world, Day Pitney develops and implement innovative solutions to the complex challenges confronting the energy and utility industries. Day Pitney clients include electric, gas and water utilities; debt and equity investors; generators, transmitters and marketers; equipment contractors; and other energy and utility market participants.
For more information about Day Pitney’s Energy and Utility Law Practice, please see our website: http://www.daypitney.com/practices/energyandutilitylaw/
Please note that seating for this event is limited. Tickets can be purchased using the following link and include light hors d’oeuvres and drinks: