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Hallie S. Yacknin

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California Public Utilities Commission

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California Public Utilities Commission

505 Van Ness Ave

San Francisco, California,94102

United States

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The CPUC regulates privately owned electric, natural gas, telecommunications, water, railroad, rail transit, and passenger transportation companies, in addition to authorizing video franchises. Our five Governor-appointed Commissioners, as well as our staff, a...more

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www.turn.org

Long, who alleged the letter showed "quid pro quo deal-making," spoke outside the commission's headquarters in San Francisco after a two-hour hearing before Administrative Law Judge Hallie Yacknin.
Yacknin is considering what penalties to impose on PG&E for another set of emails that were disclosed by the utility on Sept. 15 that allegedly show judge-shopping by PG&E for an administrative law judge to preside over a gas transmission and storage rate case. Yacknin said she will issue a written ruling soon on the penalty, which could include a fine and possibly additional sanctions urged by TURN and San Bruno, such as stronger restrictions on ex parte communications. The ruling will be a recommendation to the commission, which will make the final decision on the matter. The hearing concerned only the January messages, but Yacknin noted that she was aware of the new set of emails released by PG&E Monday and said, "Nothing precludes further action by the commission on any further violations of the law." The regulatory hearing Tuesday before PUC Administrative Law Judge Hallie Yacknin was focused on the relatively narrow issue of the fines and punishments PG&E should receive for its role in the email scandal and improper contacts with PUC officials. During the hearing before Yacknin, critics of PG&E pressed the commission for harsh penalties against PG&E.


www.dailyrepublic.com

Hallie Yacknin, an administrative law judge with the California Public Utilities Commission, in an order late Wednesday directed PG&E officials to appear before her Oct. 7 to address whether the utility should be held in contempt of commission rules barring that kind of communication between the utility and the commission that regulates it.
PG&E faces unspecified financial penalties if found in contempt for the lobbying effort, Yacknin wrote in the order, without elaborating.


www.duanemorris.com [cached]

Hallie Yacknin, a member of the CPUC's Legal Division representing the commission's ratepayer advocacy staff in complex gas and electric matters


www.siliconvalley.com

"Pacific Gas and Electric Company is hereby found to be in contempt of the commission for engaging in ex parte communications regarding the assignment of this proceeding to a particular Administrative Law Judge," PUC Judge Hallie Yacknin stated in her proposed ruling.


www.turn.org

Long, who alleged the letter showed "quid pro quo deal-making," spoke outside the commission's headquarters in San Francisco after a two-hour hearing before Administrative Law Judge Hallie Yacknin.
Yacknin is considering what penalties to impose on PG&E for another set of emails that were disclosed by the utility on Sept. 15 that allegedly show judge-shopping by PG&E for an administrative law judge to preside over a gas transmission and storage rate case. Yacknin said she will issue a written ruling soon on the penalty, which could include a fine and possibly additional sanctions urged by TURN and San Bruno, such as stronger restrictions on ex parte communications. The ruling will be a recommendation to the commission, which will make the final decision on the matter. The hearing concerned only the January messages, but Yacknin noted that she was aware of the new set of emails released by PG&E Monday and said, "Nothing precludes further action by the commission on any further violations of the law."


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