Member

Bill Moore

Bill Moore represents numerous energy industry clients, counseling them on regulatory, environmental, business, and legislative matters. He has represented a variety of competitive and regulated electric interests, including Texas's largest regulated electric utility, largest municipal utility, and largest power generation and mining company. He handles clients' business-to-business interactions as well as representing them before state and federal legislative and regulatory bodies.

Email: bmoore@enochkever.com
Phone: (512) 615-1204

Professional Background

Publications & Presentations

Professional & Community Activities

Professional Background

Experience

  • Led the litigation team and the settlement negotiations that resulted in Public Utility Commission of Texas approval of settlement among dozens of parties concerning claims to $2.1 billion securitized funds related to 2021 winter storm impacts
  • Leads a multi-disciplinary legal team providing regulatory, litigation, compliance, appellate, and business advice to clients operating in highly regulated industries
  • Represents clients and directs strategy in complex and high-profile regulatory and legislative matters
  • Assists energy clients in business transactions and day-to-day operations
  • Leads, as outside counsel, investigations into complex corporate activities
  • Presents to and serves as counsel to sophisticated corporate boards
  • Provides sound and timely legislative drafting, analysis, and lobbying, and testifying in Texas Legislature and Congress, often resulting in successful bill passage or other successful results
  • Coordinates and ensures timely and effective regulatory policy development and advocacy
  • Provides thorough diligence and approval advocacy regarding regulatory aspects of M&A transactions
  • Served as General Counsel of largest power generation company and largest retail electric provider in Texas
  • Has represented companies including financial investors, large Texas power generation and retailing companies, a large power generation cooperative, a large out-of-state power generation, retailing, and holding companies, and a large midstream oil and gas company
  • Successfully contested the legal basis for, and ultimately settled favorably (at less than 10 percent of the initially-sought penalty), the largest wholesale market regulatory enforcement action in Texas Public Utility Commission history
  • Led the legal component of a large corporation’s regulatory/legislative team that ultimately obtained Texas legislative satisfaction with the largest private equity transaction in history

Awards and Recognition

  • Ranked: Chambers USA, Energy: State Regulatory & Litigation (Electricity) - Texas, 2019 - present

Admitted to Practice

  • Texas
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas

Education

  • University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas
    - J.D., 1995
    - Order of the Coif
    The Review of Litigation, Chief Articles Editor
  • Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
    - B.S., Civil Engineering, 1987

Publications & Presentations

Professional & Community Activities

  • State Bar of Texas
    - Administrative & Public Law Section
    - Public Utility Law Section
  • Austin Bar Association
    - Administrative Law Section
    - Environmental Law Section
  • American Bar Association
    - Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section
    - Environment, Energy, & Resources Section
    - Infrastructure & Regulated Industries Section
  • A&M PAC
    - Board of Directors, 2019-2021
  • Texas A&M 12th Man Foundation
    - Board of Trustees, 2012–2015
    - Chair, Legal Committee, 2012–2014
    - Member, Legal Committee, 2011–2019
  • Helping Hand Home for Children, Community Advisory Board, 2016–2021
  • Volunteer and Fundraiser
    - Capital Area Food Bank, North Texas Food Bank, Multiple Sclerosis Society, United Way