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BBA Webinar: Competitive Energy Supply: Regulation and Litigation in 2020

Monday, June 1, 2020 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM


The BBA presents live webinars via Zoom. Access to this program is free, included as part of your member benefit. Please register through your BBA account at least two hours before the start of the program to receive the Zoom webinar link. The link will be emailed to registrants on a rolling basis beginning 72 hours before the start of the program. If you have not received a link within one-hour of the program start, please email the BBA contact listed below.

In 1997, Massachusetts deregulated its energy utility services, permitting ratepayers to choose their energy suppliers in an effort to reduce costs and improve service. Since then, the competitive supply market has offered the promise of lower rates and innovation but has also resulted in litigation over claims of unfair and deceptive business practices that cost individual residential consumers money.

In this program you will learn about the laws creating and regulating the competitive energy supply market for individual residential consumers and the current controversies balancing the benefits of competition against the potential for harm to residential consumers. The panelists will discuss their experiences on both sides of this issue and will touch on the Attorney General’s Office’s enforcement efforts and 2019 updated report, administrative practice and regulation at the Department of Public Utilities, and consumer protection and class action litigation.

BBA Webinars are supported by the Joan B. DiCola Fund. The fund was founded in 2015 in memory of Joan B. DiCola to support the programs and initiatives that foster the education and professional development of lawyers and law students. To support this fund contact Erica Southerland at


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