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DavidSolimeno

Associate

"Navigating New York's complex regulatory landscape is both exciting and a challenge, making the process of obtaining results for the client all the more rewarding."

Overview

Biography

David’s experience includes assisting with Article 10 and Article VII major electric generating facility and infrastructure siting under the New York Public Service Law. He has taken part in regulatory proceedings involving litigation and settlement negotiations and appeared before administrative law judges at evidentiary hearings, procedural conferences, and public statement hearings.

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • National Eagle Scout Association, Member
Experience

Representative Experience

  • Represented Department of Public Service staff across numerous Article 10 and Article VII proceedings.
  • Advised the NYS Public Service Commission and Board on Electric Generation Siting and the Environment on various matters related to renewable energy generation siting, electric transmission infrastructure siting, consumer complaint procedures and matters, and other policy initiatives.

Prior Experience

  • NYS Department of Public Service, Office of General Counsel, Excelsior Fellow
  • Pace Food and Beverage Law Clinic, Legal Extern
  • Permanent Mission of Papua New Guinea to the United Nations, Legal Extern
  • Pace Energy and Climate Center, Student Researcher

Selected Community Activities

  • University at Albany Essential Career Readiness Skills Course, Alumni Mentor

Featured Media

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Recent DOJ and OCR Settlement Highlights Provider Responsibilities to Deaf and Hearing Impaired Patients

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Court Rules in Favor of Office of Renewable Energy Siting Regulations in Article 78 Challenge

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HHS OCR Issues Guidance on HIPAA and COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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New York State Cannabis Control Board Holds First Meeting

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NYS DOH and DASNY Announce Availability of Funds for Residential Health Care and Other Providers

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To Dismiss or Not to Dismiss? Second Department Takes Another Look at Abandonment

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