Provided by Peter A Pfohl
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 an ex officio member of the Board and past President of the Association of Transportation Law Professionals.
“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).