While the State of Texas implements social distancing and restrictions on public movement, the state’s administrative agencies are still conducting business. However, it is not business as usual. Jackson Walker senior counsel Craig R. Bennett discusses how the agencies are conducting business and the alternative processes they are offering to help with filing, hearings, and submissions. The thing to remember is that if you have matters pending before the Texas State Office Administrative Hearings (SOAH), they are still open for business and there are many options and requirements you need to know right now.
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Public Utility Commission of Texas Provides Relief to Customers Amid COVID-19 Pandemic »
The Public Utility Commission of Texas issued an order providing relief and consumer protections to water, sewer, and electric utility customers in Texas. The Commission also issued an order establishing a COVID-19 Electricity Relief Program, a customer assistance program for eligible residential customers of retail electric service in the areas of this state open to customer choice.
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