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Utilities and Regulation

Explosive demand, fueled by a growing population, alternative energy sources, and diminishing water resources feeds large-scale investment and unprecedented opportunities in the energy and water utility market.

Changing regulations, environmental impacts, and complex issues make utilities a challenging industry to navigate. Whether related to power, or water and wastewater, services in the utility sector reach everyone directly on a daily basis. Expertise and knowledge are critical for those addressing legal regulations while expanding and growing their business in this dynamic landscape. Dean Mead’s Utilities and Regulation Practice has earned trust through decades of advising clients in the public and private sectors.

The attorneys at Dean Mead advocate and litigate in support of our clients, whether navigating relationships, requirements, or litigation with a variety of state agencies in the areas of water resource planning; permitting and regulation; mitigation banking; bid protests and bid disputes; health care; utility law and utility regulation and transactions; professional regulation and environmental law. Our collaborative team provides multiple legal disciplines to ensure our clients have the answers and expertise they need to succeed and thrive.

Our Regulations & Utilities Team Difference
At Dean Mead, we apply our combined experience, distinctive relationships, and litigation and transactional experience to reach our client goals. We understand first-hand the nuances of Florida regulations and how particular laws apply to projects affecting electricity, natural gas, and water and wastewater. Our team is proud of the collaboration and determination we invest into policy and regulatory matters for every client.


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