Regulatory Disputes
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Regulatory Disputes

CRA professionals provide expert reports, white papers, and testimony to state, federal, and international regulatory agencies regarding the effects on consumers, social welfare, the industry, and competition of regulatory changes. Our experts have provided analysis and have advised clients and regulators in matters pertaining to the evolution of regulatory rules in telecommunications; of regulatory changes in video markets; of proposed changes to the regulatory structure and pricing policies of the postal and package delivery markets; of regulatory innovations in energy markets; of proposed changes in regulatory control of alcoholic beverages; and of regulatory developments in transportation markets, among other industries. We apply well-founded principles of competition and regulatory economics to the institutional facts and the nuances of the applicable regulatory rules to provide insights and guidance for our clients and regulatory decision-makers in regulatory disputes and rule-makings.

Engagements

  • 01
    Regulatory treatment of rural telephone companies
    CRA was retained by several rural telephone companies in a disputed proceeding to consider a change in regulatory policy governing how rural carriers are...
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  • 02
    Analysis of competitive and economic effects of proposed regulatory price increases for package delivery
    CRA Vice Presidents Dr. Debra Aron and Dr. Justin Lenzo advised the Package Coalition and prepared a public white paper analyzing the effects of proposed price...
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  • 03
    Putative Class Action Alleging Breach of Contract and Deceptive Pricing Practices in Energy Services
    CRA Vice President Dr. Debra Aron advised Bevan, Mosca & Giuditta, P.C., counsel to Agway Energy Services (Agway), and testified at deposition on economic...
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