Stroock’s Litigation Group has achieved national and international recognition representing energy clients in state and federal court, in bankruptcy proceedings, and before state and federal enforcement and regulatory agencies. From forward electricity contracts to construction disputes to investigations into industry-wide practices, Stroock attorneys are highly skilled litigators who are adept at resolving complex business disputes, in any venue, through negotiation, alternative dispute resolution or trial. One example of Stroock’s success is a “baseball” style arbitration with National Energy & Gas Transmission, involving damages under a 13-year tolling agreement, in which Stroock obtained a $162 million judgment on behalf of its client. Stroock attorneys have represented energy clients in government enforcement and investigative proceedings, contract disputes involving a wide range of energy products, class actions, including in In re Natural Gas Anti-Trust Cases I-IV (JCCP), in In re Wholesale Electric Anti-Trust Litigation, and in In re Western States Wholesale Natural Gas Antitrust Litigation; and in bankruptcy proceedings, including the California Power Exchange Corporation, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, PG&E National Energy Group, Mirant, Enron and Calpine.