Robert LeMoine

Robert LeMoine is director of Enterprise Risk Management and Insurance at Southern California Edison. LeMoine leads a team of risk managers, data scientists and subject matter experts who are responsible for identifying operational risk, verifying effective mitigation plans, performing risk assessment analysis to develop key enterprise risks and procuring all manner of insurance and other financial risk management products. The risk management team is responsible for SCE’s Risk Assessment Mitigation Phase (RAMP) filing and major portions of SCE’s Wildfire Mitigation Plan. In 2018 and 2019, Robert was a member of the project team advocating on behalf of the company on wildfire matters, including SB 901 and AB 1054.

Previously, Robert served as director of Operations, IT and Cybersecurity Audits. LeMoine also was a senior attorney in SCE’s law department, where he worked on a diverse range of issues, including General Rate Cases, the Safety Model Assessment Proceeding, the fire safety rulemaking, Catalina Gas and Water, Rule 21 interconnections, telecommunications matters for Edison Carrier Solutions, the Malibu Fire investigation and other wildfire matters, and a wide range of transmission and distribution regulatory matters.

LeMoine also served as principal manager of Maintenance and Inspection in Transmission & Distribution. Among other things, his group was heavily involved in responding to CPUC inquiries following the November 30, 2011 San Gabriel Valley windstorm. LeMoine led the team that created SCE’s pole loading program. Upon returning to the law department, LeMoine worked on the 2015 GRC and implementation of the Malibu Fire settlements, and he resumed the role of SCE’s lead attorney for the pole loading program.

Prior to joining SCE, LeMoine worked as a civil engineer and later began his career as an attorney in the Los Angeles office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP, where he specialized in complex civil litigation, including shareholder and consumer class actions and large corporate bankruptcies.

LeMoine earned his bachelor of science in civil engineering from Loyola Marymount University with honors and received one of ten Tau Beta Pi scholarships granted nationwide. LeMoine also earned his master of science degree in environmental engineering from U.C. Berkeley and a law degree from Brooklyn Law School in New York and was a visiting student at UCLA School of Law.

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