Todd Richardson has practiced for more than thirty years at Lewis Kappes in the areas of energy and utility law, business litigation and appeals in state and federal courts. He has represented large volume energy consumers in a variety of regulatory and civil litigation contexts, and is a regular practitioner in the appellate courts on utility law and other issues.
His litigation experience has concentrated on intellectual property and trade regulation matters, in particular patent and antitrust disputes.
He has been recognized as a Super Lawyer and among the Best Lawyers in America in appellate practice, is a past recipient of the Trial Lawyer of the Year Award, and speaks regularly on subjects involving utility law, appellate practice, and legal ethics.
Before joining Lewis Kappes, he practiced with a Boston firm handling complex litigation. He graduated with honors from the University of Michigan Law School and Harvard University. While at Harvard, he wrote jokes for the Harvard Lampoon.
Todd has wide-ranging experience in energy and utility law, business litigation, and appeals. He has advised and represented clients before state and federal regulatory commissions, district and appellate courts as well as serves as the director of the Indiana Industrial Energy Consumers, Inc. (INDIEC).
Todd has spoken at numerous utility and litigation forums during his career.