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Pease Brings 25 Years of Energy Experience to Bracewell’s Washington, D.C. Energy Regulatory Practice

July 22, 2013

Bracewell & Giuliani LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Robert E. “Bob” Pease as senior counsel in the firm’s energy regulatory practice.

Pease joins Bracewell’s Washington, D.C. office with more than 25 years of senior-level experience at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) handling energy-related policy, compliance and enforcement matters. Most recently, he served as Counsel to the Director in the Division of Enforcement at the CFTC. Before his time with the CFTC, Pease spent more than 20 years in various positions at FERC including as the Director of Investigations. He was involved in some of the most significant investigations and enforcement cases at FERC since the enactment of the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

“The depth of experience that Bob adds is a great complement to our already stellar energy regulatory practice,” said Mark C. Evans, Bracewell’s managing partner.

Pease will represent clients in compliance and enforcement matters involving power, gas and crude oil, as well as Dodd Frank implementation.

“Bob is a great addition to our strong regulatory compliance and investigation, FERC and CFTC practices,” said Mark Lewis, managing partner of Bracewell’s Washington, D.C. office. “Bob’s experience with those agencies will offer our clients unique insight in matters related to compliance, investigations and Dodd Frank implementation.”

Bracewell’s energy regulatory practice represents clients in a variety of regulation, compliance and enforcement cases before FERC, CFTC, Securities & Exchange Commission, Department of Energy, Department of Justice, and Federal Trade Commission.