Elizabeth Brereton’s practice is concentrated in public utility regulation, energy and environmental law including issues surrounding public utility rate cases, energy resource procurement, nuclear generation and development, state and federal permitting, electric transmission regulation, state regulations affecting the oil and gas industry, and mineral development. She advises clients on the regulatory process, environmental liabilities, critical infrastructure security and developing internal compliance strategies. Elizabeth’s background as a regulator, and her experience with regulatory agencies, allows her to help her clients navigate complex regulatory processes and develop effective litigation strategies. In addition, Elizabeth has a unique perspective on developing and implementing cyber security best practices due to her past focus on electric grid cyber security.
Emory University School of Law (J.D., 2009)
Wellesley College (B.A., Economics, 2003)
Commercial Real Estate Women Network, Utah Chapter (CREW Utah)