Provided by Robert Rosenberg
Mr. Rosenberg is a Partner with over 30 years of experience in transportation and energy matters, including litigation, arbitration, regulation, negotiation, and strategic planning in railroad, coal, wholesale energy, electric transmission, gas, and other matters. Mr. Rosenberg has substantial experience in economic issues, including damages analysis, productivity, and cost of capital. He has advised clients in litigation, arbitration, negotiations, and contract disputes with railroads and energy suppliers, and has successfully represented shippers, freight terminals, rail car owners, landowners, and others in rate cases, rulemakings, finance docket proceedings, and rail abandonments before the Surface Transportation Board and other forums. Mr. Rosenberg has also represented clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, other federal agencies, and federal and state courts, and has advised clients as to matters involving state economic regulation.
Published articles in Public Utilities Fortnightly and D.C. Legal Times (now National Law Journal).
Made presentations on various aspects of rail transportation and energy regulation to the Association of Transportation Law Professionals, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, National Coal Transportation Association, and Western Coal Traffic League.
Guest Lecturer on railroad transportation regulation at The George Washington University Law School (2018-).