Malcolm’s practice focuses on the transmission, generation, marketing, and distribution of electric energy.  Malcolm has an intricate knowledge of the technical, legal, and business considerations facing electric utilities. His counseling includes electric transmission and ancillary services, rates, reliability standards, enforcement actions and investigations, market based rate authority, and hydroelectric licenses.  His transactional experience includes power purchases and sales, interconnection and transmission access, and asset sales.

Education

Gonzaga University School of Law J.D., cum laude, 1993

University of Washington B.A., 1989