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Amy E. Margolin, California Supreme Court, CPUC, Douglas Winthrop, Geoffrey Brown, Howard Rice, Institute on Aging, James Brosnahan, John Keker, Kathryn Werdegar, Keker & Van Nest, Matthew Werdegar, PG & E, Sempra Energy

UPDATE — TLR Given Permission to disclose Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest Part of Suit Involving PG & E vs. El Paso Corp

TLR’s previously published article of February 2012 “Amid New Revelations Multi-Prong Inquiry Into Douglas Winthrop, Amy Margolin, PG & E, Justice Kathryn Werdegar, Keker & Van Nest, Geoffrey Brown, and CaliforniaAll Intensifies”  (see @  ) alluded to a breakthrough in connection with evens relating to Howard Rice, Douglas Winthrop, Amy Margolin, Justice Kathryn Werdegar, Keker & Van Nest, CPUC, Geoffrey Brown, CaliforniaAll and in connection with circumstances surrounding PG & E, and related actions.

As of today, May 10, 2012 TLR has been given the permission to also disclose that a red flag has been raised  over Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest due to his involvement in legal proceedings dealing with California’s energy crisis.  Specifically, litigation involving an action PG & E had filed against Houston-based El Paso Corp.

Separately, and as was reported @ , Keker & Van Nest was also part of PG & E bankruptcy proceedings.

TLR is closely monitoring the situation, and will continue to keep readers apprised of any developments as they become available.


About Leslie Brodie

Leslie Brodie is a reporter, writer, blogger, activist, and a religious leader in the community.


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