1700 K Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20006-3804
Richard Herzog is an advocate in matters arising before independent regulatory agencies, the Executive Branch of the federal government, and federal courts. He has represented proponents and opponents of mergers and other strategic initiatives in regulated industries, including electric utilities, freight railroads, and health insurers; represented energy companies in a variety of regulatory matters; defended nuclear power plants against claims of injury from radioactivity; and defended a large producer of computers and software against monopolization and tying claims. He has published articles on energy (including proposed cap-and-trade legislation to regulate greenhouse gases), antitrust, and advertising. His engagements often entail extensive economic testimony and substantial issues in administrative law.
Mr. Herzog draws on his legal and managerial experience as Deputy Administrator for Policy and Assistant Administrator for Enforcement in the Economic Regulatory Administration at the U.S. Department of Energy, and as head of the National Advertising Division in the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the Federal Trade Commission.
Honors and Professional Affiliations
Bar and Court Admissions
Publications and Congressional Testimony