Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Erin E. Murphy argued the cause for Stakeholder Petitioners.
On the joint briefs were Gerit F. Hull , Michael R. Engleman , Christina Switzer , Robert A. Weishaar, Jr. , Kenneth R. Stark , ReginaA. Iorii , Adrienne E. Clair , Rebecca L. Shelton , Stefanie A. Brand , T. David Wand , Sandra Mattavous-Frye , Karen R. Sistrunk , Anjali G. Patel , Barry Cohen , David Yost, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of Ohio, Werner L. Margard III, Assistant Attorney General, Arthur W. Iler , Matthew J. Platkin, Acting Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of New Jersey at the time the brief was filed, and Paul Youchak, Deputy Attorney General.
Christine C. Ryan entered an appearance.
David M. Gossett argued the cause for Transmission Owner Petitioners. With him on the briefs were John Longstreth , Donald A. Kaplan , Richard P. Sparling , MaryAnn T. Almeida , Morgan E. Parke , Evan K. Dean , Stacey Burbure , Molly Suda , Christopher R. Jones , Miles H. Kiger , Daniel E. Frank , Allison E. Speaker , Steven M. Nadel, and Gary E. Guy.
Susanna Y. Chu, Attorney, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, argued the cause for respondent. With her on the brief were Matthew R. Christiansen, General Counsel, and Robert H. Solomon, Solicitor.
John Longstreth argued the cause for respondent-intervenors. With him on the joint brief were David M. Gossett , Richard P. Sparling , MaryAnn T. Almeida , Donald A. Kaplan , Morgan E. Parke , Evan K. Dean , Stacey Burbure , Christopher R. Jones , Daniel E. Frank , Allison E. Speaker , Molly Suda , Gary E. Guy , Cara J. Lewis , Steven M. Nadel , and Regina Y. Speed-Bost .
Richard L. Roberts entered an appearance.
Opinion for the Court filed by Circuit Judge CHILDS.
CHILDS, Circuit Judge.
Petitioners, consisting of transmission owners, consumer-side stakeholders, state public utility commissions, and other entities located within the service territory of the PJM Interconnection, LLC (PJM), filed petitions, now consolidated, seeking review of seven underlying orders of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission...
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