The Mississippi Business Journal announced its 2015 Leadership in Law Class, and Curt Hébert, Jr., was among the Top Ten Leaders in Law. Hébert joins a group of Brunini attorneys who have received similar awards over the last six years, including Eddie Brunini, 2010; David Kaufman, 2011, Walter Weems, 2012, John Milner, 2012, Granville Tate, 2013 and Sam Kelly, 2014.
Curt Hébert, Jr., is the former Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the former Executive Vice President for Entergy Corporation. Hébert has advised energy companies and corporations throughout the Southeast, Northeast, and Midwest, as well as companies in Europe, on numerous matters, including building accountability and transparency into corporate governance, improving the quality of regulatory filings, reporting and relationships, and executing complex, structured regulatory settlements. He has developed broad and deep experience in all segments of the energy sector, spanning exploration and production, natural gas transportation, electric generation and distribution, nuclear, chemicals, and mining. He also brings a thorough knowledge of national and international energy markets, policy and regulatory processes. Hébert has extensive experience years in the telecommunications, transportation and water/sewage sector on regulatory filings and administrative hearings. He has been widely published and speaks regularly as well as interviews on national television networks on energy and business issues.