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A finding of market power by a regulatory agency will stop a proposed new service if the proposal does not include mitigation measures that counter the market power participant’s ability to exercise that power. Mitigation measures are intended to minimize interference with open and competitive markets, and thus to permit price levels to be determined by competitive forces under the prevailing market conditions. To that end, the mitigation measures authorize the mitigation only of specific conduct that exceeds well-defined thresholds. Brown Williams can help clients find ways to amend proposed service filings to answer regulators’ and interveners’ concerns and allow a project to move forward.