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Public Utility Law and Practice Before the Public Services Commission

Credit(s): 0.25 CLE Credits
Course Number: DL-680
Original Program Date: October 26, 2012
Duration: 18 minutes
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  • Want to learn the ins and outs of public utility law and practice before the South Carolina Public Service Commission? Join experienced practitioner Charlie Terreni as he shares insights and practical advice on how to get into this important practice area.

    0.25 CLE Credits
    Charles L.A. Terreni

    Charlie Terreni has practiced law in Columbia, South Carolina since graduating from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1990. He has worked in both the private and public sectors for the past 20 years. In 2004, Charlie joined the Public Service Commission to serve as the Chief Clerk and Administrator of the newly restructured agency. He held this position until February 2010, when he returned to private practice to reopen the Terreni Law Firm, LLC. Charlie has represented clients in a variety of election related matters including Voting Rights Act cases, election protests, and campaign finance law compliance. In the 1990s he litigated state and federal cases involving the redistricting of the Richland County Council.  He defended the South Carolina Republican Party in a challenge to its volunteer run primary in the 2000 presidential election.  In the last redistricting cycle, he was also one of the attorneys who represented the Senate in impasse litigation.  He is married to Patricia Yeatman Terreni; they have two sons, Charlie and Shand.

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