Energy Regulation

Lawyers at Cohen Highley provide comprehensive, strategic legal advice and representation regarding a wide range of energy regulation issues.


Cohen Highley’s energy law group provides legal representation and advice to landowner associations, First Nations, municipalities, private industry and individuals with respect to issues related to energy deregulation and development, such as:

  • Energy pipeline projects;
  • Electricity and gas transmission and distribution;
  • Designation of gas storage pools;
  • Oil and gas production and storage leases;
  • Right of way/easement agreements; and
  • Land rights and damage compensation.

We can help you:

  • Participate in regulatory applications/interventions;
  • Understand implications and opportunities of energy deregulation;
  • Identify and assess potential impacts of energy development; and
  • Negotiate/arbitrate land rights and damage compensation.

Whatever your Energy Regulation issue, we’re here to provide you with quality service, expert advice, and world-class representation.


Our lawyers are members of the Canadian Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the American Trial Lawyers Association and have written extensively and given numerous presentations on issues related to energy regulation and development. Lawyers at Cohen Highley have appeared before provincial and federal trial and appellate courts and various administrative tribunals, including the National Energy Board, Ontario Energy Board and Environmental Review Tribunal.