From time to time, the Firm publishes news items relating to the Firm, our lawyers, or our clients.
May 16, 2024

What is the role of massive direct current electrical ties between Texas and the rest of the nation?

That’s the question the Public Utility Commission of Texas has teed up for consideration in a new rulemaking project, to be launched soon.  The PUC Commissioners have many times in the past debated how to best view “merchant” DC Ties—are they like non-controllable generators, delivering power into the ERCOT grid at levels and at times […]

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May 8, 2024

Texas Energy Fund Program Open for Notices of Intent

Companies in the business of electric power generation have until May 31, 2024 to complete and file their Notices of Intent to apply for a Texas Energy Fund Generation Loan — the first step to be eligible for a loan under the program. This program draws from the five-billion-dollar Texas Energy Fund developed by the […]

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May 7, 2024

Enoch Kever Co-sponsors UT Law’s Annual Appellate Conference

Enoch Kever is pleased to co-sponsor UT Law’s 34th Annual Conference on State and Federal Appeals on June 6-7 in Austin. The conference is designed for advanced-level civil appellate practitioners and has earned a reputation as the premier program on appellate practice and procedure in Texas. Enoch Kever member, Elana Einhorn, served on the planning […]

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Apr 16, 2024

PUC Approves New Protocols and Forms Relating to Lonestar Infrastructure Protection Act

Texas is one of the states taking a keen interest in whether domestic infrastructure industries obtain services or equipment from China, Russia, North Korea, or Iran. In particular, ERCOT Market Participants mark your calendars for upcoming attestation deadlines. On April 11, 2024 the Public Utility Commission of Texas approved several Nodal Protocol Revision Requests from […]

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Mar 20, 2024

Texas Bar Foundation gives Hon. Craig T. Enoch statewide recognition

Retiring over 20 years ago from the Texas Supreme Court, Justice Craig T. Enoch set out to establish a first-class appellate practice. Joining the list of outstanding Texas appellate practitioners, Justice Enoch has received the 2024 Gregory S. Coleman Outstanding Appellate Lawyer Award from the Texas Bar Foundation. The Gregory S. Coleman Outstanding Appellate Lawyer […]

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Mar 8, 2024

Enoch Kever welcomes Jessica Soos as new Senior Counsel

We are pleased to announce the addition of Jessica Soos as Senior Counsel.  Jessica’s practice has focused on the dynamic evolution of the competitive and regulated electric markets in Texas and across the United States. She helps clients evaluate the impact and potential impact of legislative and regulatory constraints and opportunities on the electric markets. […]

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Jan 8, 2024

2024 Best Lawyers® Recognizes 13 Enoch Kever Attorneys

Each year since the founding of ENOCH KEVER in 2011, we have been included among the Best Law Firms in America. Again this year, members of our firm have been singled out with high praise for their professionalism and outstanding service. The list includes ENOCH KEVER partners, of counsel, and associates. Founding member Andy Kever […]

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Dec 5, 2023

EK Associate Zack Horton Ponders the New Texas Courts

As the legislative landscape in Texas continues to transform, many have taken to postulating the pros and cons.  Our own Zack Horton took to his laptop, and penned his thoughts for the October 2023 edition of the News for the Bar — a publication of The Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas.  The […]

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Oct 12, 2023

Enoch Kever Partners Craig Enoch and Amy Prueger authored articles selected “Best Of” for 2023

Craig Enoch and Amy Prueger each had articles selected for The Advocate’s “Best Of” Litigation Update 2023, a publication of the State Bar of Texas Litigation Section. Craig, along with Co-Author Thomas R. Phillips, penned the Texas Supreme Court Update – a paper surveying cases that were decided by the Supreme Court of Texas from […]

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Sep 22, 2023

Churchin and Prueger take to the CLE circuit

On September 7, Enoch Kever attorneys Amy Prueger  and Sara Berkeley Churchin  (along with Supreme Court of Texas Justice, Jeff Boyd) presented a CLE  to over 70 attorneys with the San Antonio Bar Association. The presentation, sponsored by the State Bar of Texas Litigation Section focused on the newly formed Texas Business Court and 15th […]

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