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Mr. Pfohl is a Partner with a focus in railroad transportation law. Mr. Pfohl has represented numerous clients, including railroad shippers and receivers, public entities, and short line railroads, on a variety of railroad regulatory adjudications, rulemakings, and proceedings, federal and state court litigation, alternative dispute resolution, contractual matters, preemption, railroad/customer liability issues, safety regulations, and railroad and rail line acquisitions.
Mr. Pfohl is a member of the Board and past President of the Association of Transportation Law Professionals.
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“Who Should Pay for Agency Adjudication? A Study of $200,000 Filing Fees at the Surface Transportation Board,” 25 Transp. L.J. 57 (1997).
“Congressional Review of Agency Rulemaking: the 104th Congress and the Salvage Timber Directive,” 14 J. L. & Pol. 1 (1998).
BA, University of Notre Dame, 1989; JD, cum laude, Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America, 1997.