Catherine Webking’s practice encompasses advocacy in Texas regulatory matters, especially in the areas of public utility law involving electricity, telecommunications, water, and natural gas. Catherine has a deep understanding of Texas’ utility regulatory environment and its migration to competitive services in the relevant markets. She regularly advises utility market participants on regulations and compliance, rulemaking proceedings, contract negotiations, contested cases, rate cases, enforcement actions, complaints, litigation and appeals. Clients include retail electric providers (REPs), generators, commercial and industrial customers, transmission and distribution providers, cooperatives, water utilities, competitive telecommunications providers, real estate developers, and property owners. Catherine uses a technical and business approach to recognize and resolve regulatory impediments and opportunities.
Highly ranked by Chambers USA, Catherine is described in the publication as “… much admired by her peers for her expertise in electricity and gas matters such as transmission and rate-setting work. One impressed client praised her ability to ‘see how issues taken in one proceeding might affect future efforts on another front.’”