Joe Malkin has more than 35 years of experience representing primarily U.S.- and Japan-based companies in complex commercial litigation of all types. He has tried or settled major cases in state and federal courts in California, Alaska, Hawaii and Oregon as well as before arbitrators, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and administrative agencies in California and Nevada. He has successfully petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court for certiorari, argued before the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals en banc, and in other federal circuit Courts of Appeals as well as the California Courts of Appeal.
Mr. Malkin's cases have involved patent, contract, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, products liability, tort, unfair competition (Business & Processions Code § 17200), constitutional claims and intellectual property matters as well as the representation of companies, accountants and underwriters in securities class actions. His clients have included Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, Chevron Corporation, Fujitsu Limited, General Motors, Occidental Petroleum Company, Oregon Public Employees Retirement Board, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, PG&E Corporation, Proctor & Gamble, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, Sempra Energy, Southern California Edison Company, Southern California Gas Company, Summa Corporation and Shirley Temple Black.
Mr. Malkin's litigation experience includes the following.
Mr. Malkin's non-litigation experience includes the following.
Mr. Malkin has spoken at dozens of conferences and seminars on subjects such as litigating regulatory proceedings, buying and selling generation assets, the future of nuclear power, key issues facing FERC and the current state of the power industry.
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