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2013-04-22 Docket No. ER13-187-000

the Tariff may be construed as requiring the application of its developer selection procedure even in situations where there is a clearly applicable state or local right of first refusal that would require selection of the incumbent TO. In effect, this would force MISO, and in effect MISO TOs, to ignore the state or local law that directly applies to a given situation.
1000 does not require removal from Commissionjurisdictional tariffs or agreements references to state or local laws or regulations with respect to construction of transmission facilities, including but not limited to authority over siting or permitting of transmission facilities.
state and local laws and regulations granting rights of first refusal is not required for MISO to respect such laws, unless the Tariff expressly articulates such deference, the Tariff may be construed as requiring the application of its developer selection procedure even in situations where there is a clearly applicable state or local right of first refusal that would require selection
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2016 EPPSR Drill Report Final

Day 1 ended with an opportunity for a local debriefing session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout)
opportunity to tie small internal islands using their local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the Restoration Tracking Forms and were compiled into overview maps accessed via the MISO Extranet.
is effective practice at utilizing blackstart operating procedures Winter scenario helped operators consider challenges that would not normally be faced during a restoration Operators were engaged in training activities Two-day format provided adequate time for activities and review of procedures Issues/Suggestions: Restoration tracking form needs work-missing facilities,
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2015-08-25 Docket No. EL15-89-000

regulatory requirements."12 In addition, Rule 203(a) of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedures requires all pleadings to include "the relevant facts" and state "the basis in law and fact" taken by the party filing the pleading.13 The Commission routinely denies complaints that disregard these requirements and rely instead on speculative inferences and unsupported assumptions,
Resolution The MISO Tariff contains extensive dispute resolution procedures, which apply to disputes arising during the MTEP process. The pertinent requirements are set forth in Section I.C.14 of Tariff Attachment FF, which states as follows: 13 Dispute resolution: Consistent with Attachment HH of this Tariff, the Transmission Provider shall resolve disputes concerning MTEP issues.
numerous requirements established Section 206 of the FPA and the Commission's regulations. Under Section 206, BETM is required to carry the burden of proof in this proceeding.11 Rule 206 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure further requires BETM to "clearly identify the action or inaction which is alleged to violate applicable statutory or regulatory requirements"
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2015-08-24 Docket No. EL15-89-000

regulatory requirements."12 In addition, Rule 203(a) of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedures requires all pleadings to include "the relevant facts" and state "the basis in law and fact" taken by the party filing the pleading.13 The Commission routinely denies complaints that disregard these requirements and rely instead on speculative inferences and unsupported assumptions,
Resolution The MISO Tariff contains extensive dispute resolution procedures, which apply to disputes arising during the MTEP process. The pertinent requirements are set forth in Section I.C.14 of Tariff Attachment FF, which states as follows: 13 Dispute resolution: Consistent with Attachment HH of this Tariff, the Transmission Provider shall resolve disputes concerning MTEP issues.
numerous requirements established Section 206 of the FPA and the Commission's regulations. Under Section 206, BETM is required to carry the burden of proof in this proceeding.11 Rule 206 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure further requires BETM to "clearly identify the action or inaction which is alleged to violate applicable statutory or regulatory requirements"
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20150305 SAWG Item 02 Resource Adequacy Issues Statement

Adequacy Requirements The Resource Adequacy Construct The primary responsibility for achieving Resource Adequacy resides with LSEs that are subject to State or local jurisdictional requirements. The Resource Adequacy construct helps to ensure reliability and the delivery of least-cost energy on a region-wide basis by sending signals that inform investment decisions on generation,
procedures require entities that plan to retire or suspend a generation unit to provide advance notice to MISO by submitting an Attachment Y notification of potential change in status. Upon receiving an Attachment Y Notice, MISO conducts a reliability study to determine whether the generation unit is necessary for the reliability of the transmission system.
The construct is intended to work for LSEs in traditional rate-regulated States and in Retail Choice States. In traditionally rate-regulated States, public utility commissions can set the Resource Adequacy-related requirements that LSEs must meet in all time horizons. In Retail Choice States, LSEs are not obligated to plan for or build generation to meet load.
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20160810 EPPSRWG Item 02 2015 EPPPSR Drill Report

Day 1 ended with a review of load shed directive procedures as well as an opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites.
local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the ESID and the Restoration Tracking Forms were compiled into overview maps within ESID where available or accessed via the MISO Extranet for participants
Local preparation of workstations required Initial assessment period unrealistic Inconsistent publishing of information (LMS vs. Extranet) Use of coordinated simulator would be preferred Additional Interconnection Checklist examples would help clarify the guidelines Lack of participation from some members Suggestion that all members attempt an interconnection at the end
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20160607 EPPSRWG Item 03 Drill Report Draft

Day 1 ended with a review of load shed directive procedures as well as an opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites.
local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the ESID and the Restoration Tracking Forms were compiled into overview maps within ESID where available or accessed via the MISO Extranet for participants
Local preparation of workstations required Initial assessment period unrealistic Inconsistent publishing of information (LMS vs. Extranet) Use of coordinated simulator would be preferred Additional Interconnection Checklist examples would help clarify the guidelines Lack of participation from some members Suggestion that all members attempt an interconnection at the end
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2015-02-19 150 FERC 61,093 Docket Nos. ER13-1937, ER13-1938, ER13-1939, ER13-1945, ER13-1955, ER13-1956 (not consolidated)

their respective OATTs satisfy the joint evaluation procedures requirement in Order No. 1000.117 58. SPP and MISO state they have developed a timeline for the joint evaluation of Interregional Projects that is within the same general timeframe as their respective regional processes.118 SPP and MISO propose that the Joint Planning Committee recommendation of an Interregional Project(
and public policy requirements. 146 Order No. 1000 defined Public Policy Requirements as requirements established by local, state or federal laws or regulations (i.e., enacted statutes passed by the legislature and signed by the executive and regulations promulgated by a relevant jurisdiction, whether within a state or at the federal level)
1000 defined Public Policy Requirements as requirements established by local, state or federal laws or regulations (i.e., enacted statutes passed by the (continued ...) Docket No. ER13-1937-000, et al. -27 -they intend to do so and are not opposed to defining "transmission issue" to explicitly cover these issues.
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20150421 System Planning Committee of the BOD Item 04b MISO Responses to Stakeholder Comments

procedural requirements designed to ensure timely consideration of all certification requests, and that certification procedural process will not be an obstacle to the timely completion of approved projects. 16 Competitive Transmission Developers Sector Supplemental Comments Our primary concern is that these issues have been identified for a number of years yet a series of projects
the current procedures and requirements for OOC project documentation are not sufficiently robust to provide enough certainty to warrant the urgent decisions that both the Sectors at the PAC and the MISO Board must make to allow such projects to move forward without undergoing the complete MTEP review.
Entergy has stated that the new load connection requirements were not sufficiently well defined or firm until after the project submittal cutoff date in September 2013. We believe that it is a reasonable assertion that load connection requirements would not have been firm enough by September 2013 (15 months before the initial request for expedited approval in December 2014)
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NSP-Hutchinson MN (City of) TIA SA1759 ER06-1519

The uniform policy enables them to avoid misunderstanding or misapplying an unfamiliar procedure at a new or different work location. Also, a uniform system enables employee training and safety programs to function more effectively. Federal and State OSHA requires at 29CFR1926.951(d) that "all switches and disconnectors are plainly tagged indicating that men are at work".
This SPAR establishes procedures required by SPAR 20 for NSP Electric. II. Action: This SPAR defines the recommended methods to be used for identification and control of operational status of equipment, the requirements for equipment isolation and activation, adherence to requirements, and the records to be maintained in NSP Electric.
Discipline The NSP Positive Discipline and Crisis Suspension procedures shall be in effect for violations of this SPAR. XIII. Business Unit Application All Business Units shall be required to write procedures for installation into PART B of this SPAR by 1/1/91. The procedures shall take into consideration the items mentioned under PART A.
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20170517 EPPSRWG Item XX 2016 EP PSR Drill Report Final Draft

Day 1 ended with an opportunity for a local debriefing session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout)
opportunity to tie small internal islands using their local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the Restoration Tracking Forms and were compiled into overview maps accessed via the MISO Extranet.
The drill is effective practice at utilizing blackstart operating procedures Winter scenario helped operators consider challenges that would not normally be faced during a restoration Operators were engaged in training activities Two-day format provided adequate time for activities and review of procedures Issues/Suggestions: Restoration tracking form needs work-missing facilities,
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20170215 EPPSRWG Item 02 2016 EP PSR Drill Report Draft

Day 1 ended with an opportunity for a local debrief session at the MISO and participant sites. Day 2 began with a review the MISO Interconnection Checklist and interconnection requirements and ended with a one hour local debrief and discussion at MISO and participant sites. During the first day of the drills the initial system conditions (complete blackout)
opportunity to tie small internal islands using their local procedures, as well as take advantage of situations where neighboring facilities of other companies were able to provide external sources of cranking power. Updates of transmission facility status were submitted to the MISO using the Restoration Tracking Forms and were compiled into overview maps accessed via the MISO Extranet.
The drill is effective practice at utilizing blackstart operating procedures Winter scenario helped operators consider challenges that would not normally be faced during a restoration Operators were engaged in training activities Two-day format provided adequate time for activities and review of procedures Issues/Suggestions: Restoration tracking form needs work-missing facilities,
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20130717 LOLEWG Item 07d BPM-020-r9 Transmission Planning Redline

compliance with local reliability standards and requirements when applicable, iii) compliance with Transmission Owner standards if applicable, iv) compliance with applicable state and federal laws and v) compliance with applicable regulatory mandates and obligations, including regulatory obligations related to serving load,
compliance with local reliability standards and requirements when applicable, iii) compliance with Transmission Owner standards and criteria if applicable, iv) compliance with applicable state and federal laws and v) compliance with applicable regulatory mandates and obligations, including regulatory obligations related to serving load,
each Transmission Owner engages in local system planning in order to carry out its responsibility for meeting its respective transmission needs in collaboration with MISO and subject to the requirements of of applicable state law or regulatory authority. In meeting its responsibilities under the ISO Agreement, the Transmission Owners may,
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2012-11-28 Docket No. ER13-470-000

6 of the Tariff to address requirements found in both Modules E and E-1. 3 Section 1.580 of the Tariff defines Resource Adequacy Requirements as "[t]he planning reserve procedures and requirements in Module E of this Tariff and the Business Practices Manual for Resource Adequacy that ensure there are adequate Planning Resources available to enable LSEs to reliably serve Load.
inequitably cause LSEs that had met their Planning Resource Margin Requirements to shed load during an Emergency, because during Emergency operations MISO's approved procedures require it to shed load regardless of whether an LSE is a Carved-Out GFA or not.10 II. STAKEHOLDER PROCESS MISO has discussed the need for subject filing with stakeholders at Supply Adequacy Working Group ("SAWG"
580 Resource Adequacy Requirements (RAR): Version: 10.0.0 Effective: 7/28/20101/28/2013 The planning reserve procedures and requirements in Modules E and E-1 of this Tariff and the Business Practices Manual for Resource Adequacy that ensure there are adequate Planning Resources available to enable LSEs to reliably serve Load.
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Exhibit B - Midwest ISO Assistance Application

United States Code. F. Protecting State and Local Government and Contractor Whistleblowers. The requirements of Section 1553 of the Act are summarized below. They include, but are not limited to: Prohibition on Reprisals: An employee of any non-Federal employer receiving covered funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,
Such Award must require compliance with the labor standards clauses and wage rate requirements of the Davis-Bacon Act (DBA) for work performed by all laborers and mechanics employed by Recipients (other than a unit of State or local government whose own employees perform the construction) Subrecipients, Contractors, and subcontractors.
State or local agency may not receive infrastructure investment funding from funds made available by the Act unless this certification is made and posted. 21. REPORTING AND REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS UNDER SECTION 1512 OF THE RECOVERY ACT For Official Use Only For Official Use Only 10 (a) This award requires the recipient to complete projects or activities which are funded under the
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20151013 PSC Item 04 BPM-020-r13 Transmission Planning_DRAFT Clean

transmission expansion planning is also the process used by MISO and the Transmission Owners to i) comply with state and local planning requirements; ii) comply with the Transmission Owner's own planning criteria; iii) and address requirements or needs related to local issues (e.g., requirement to relocate existing transmission facilities, etc.), operational and safety issues (e.
ratings of generating resources Emergency operating procedures for maintaining system reliability Transmission capacity and transfer capabilities of the interconnected Transmission System A Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) is established for each Local Resource Zone (LRZ) through these LOLE studies to determine the UCAP MWs required to yield a 0.
each Transmission Owner engages in local system planning in order to carry out its responsibility for meeting its respective transmission needs in collaboration with MISO and subject to the requirements of applicable state law or regulatory authority. In meeting its responsibilities under the ISO Agreement, the Transmission Owners may,
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2011-03-24 Docket No. ER11-3189-000

review and as appropriate revise the requirements stated herein in response to such changes, including deleting, adding, or revising requirements and protocols. Each Party will negotiate in good faith in response to such revisions the other Party may propose from time to time. ARTICLE IV EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION AND DATA Version: 0.
the part of generation or transmission to protect the reliability of the network and shall do so if required to resolve emergency conditions in the other Party s region. Section 8.1.1 Power System Restoration. Version: 0.0.0 Effective: 3/25/2011 Effective restoration procedures require coordination and communication at all levels of the Parties organizations and their membership.
for Compliance with Emergency Procedures. Version: 0.0.0 Effective: 3/25/2011 Each Party is to bear its own costs of compliance with emergency energy procedures, except as the applicable Tariff may otherwise require. If a Party is required to purchase emergency energy in order to address the flow of the other Party, then the other Party shall be required to provide compensation.
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20160316 PAC Item 02a BPM-020-r13 Transmission Planning DRAFT Redline

transmission expansion planning is also the process used by MISO and the Transmission Owners to i) comply with state and local planning requirements; ii) comply with the Transmission Owner's own planning criteria; iii) and address requirements or needs related to local issues (e.g., requirement to relocate existing transmission facilities, etc.), operational and safety issues (e.
ratings of generating resources Emergency operating procedures for maintaining system reliability Transmission capacity and transfer capabilities of the interconnected Transmission System A Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) is established for each Local Resource Zone (LRZ) through these LOLE studies to determine the UCAP MWs required to yield a 0.
generating resources Emergency operating procedures for maintaining system reliability Transmission capacity and transfer capabilities of the interconnected Transmission System A Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) is established for each Local Resource Zone (LRZ) through these LOLE studies to determine the UCAP MWs (where UCAP = Unforced Capacity Value) required to yield a 0.
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20151013 PSC Item 04 BPM-020-r13 Transmission Planning_DRAFT Redline

transmission expansion planning is also the process used by MISO and the Transmission Owners to i) comply with state and local planning requirements; ii) comply with the Transmission Owner's own planning criteria; iii) and address requirements or needs related to local issues (e.g., requirement to relocate existing transmission facilities, etc.), operational and safety issues (e.
ratings of generating resources Emergency operating procedures for maintaining system reliability Transmission capacity and transfer capabilities of the interconnected Transmission System A Local Reliability Requirement (LRR) is established for each Local Resource Zone (LRZ) through these LOLE studies to determine the UCAP MWs required to yield a 0.
compliance with local reliability standards and requirements when applicable, iii) compliance with Transmission Owner standards if applicable, iv) compliance with applicable state and Transmission Planning Business Practices Manual BPM-020-r123 Effective Date: TBDAPRIL-28-2015 Page 21 of 257 OPS-12 Public federal laws and v) compliance with applicable regulatory mandates and obligations,
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GI G953 G954 SIS Report

Existing operating procedure requires Nelson Dewey output to be reduced to 200 MW net output. 6. Voltage on the Eden 138 kV bus is below 0.90 following the fault. The addition of the 69 kV cap banks at Spring Green substation in 2010 solve this problem. G953/4 Interconnection System Impact Study Report - Revision 1 American Transmission Company Page 45 of 75 10/
performed under the former Large Generator Interconnection Procedures. The Interconnection Facilities Study for this project will be performed under the new Generator Interconnection Procedures, after the customer meets all milestones and deposits required by the Midwest ISO tariff. An Interconnection Facilities Study will specify in more detail the time and cost of the equipment,
of any known scheduled outage requirements. The scheduled outage requirements and associated evaluations will continue to be refined as project implementation details progress. Steady state analysis determined that interconnection of the full 99 MW to Line Y-130 between Elmo and Cuba City taps would require significant system upgrades to the surrounding 69 kV transmission system,
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20160211 EPPSRWG Item 11 FERC NERC Report 20160129

67 The Department of Energy has established mandatory reporting requirements for electric emergency incidents and disturbances in the United States. See http://www.oe.netl.doe.gov/docs/OE-417_Instr-complete120508.pdf. 72 incorporate these law enforcement agency contacts in their emergency plans and procedures.
1 requires procedures to characterize and classify events as reportable cyber security incidents, but does not require identification of the types of possible triggering events as such. As noted above, this important element is addressed more directly in the CIP Version 5 Standards, which requires each responsible entity to have processes to identify Cyber Security Incidents.
The joint staff review team found that implementation of a feedback loop can help to correct a plan's procedural mishaps, performance issues in the notification process, communications, and recovery procedures. 100 require changes to specific recovery procedures and techniques for asset recovery, but will not necessarily result in a change in the overall response and recovery plan.
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2015-12-31 Docket No. ER16-675-000

Interconnection Customer owns the Generating Facility and it is required to serve load; or (v) documentation of application for state and local air, water, land or federal nuclear permits and that MISO ATTACHMENT X FERC Electric Tariff Generator Interconnection Procedures (GIP) ATTACHMENTS 40.0.0, 41.0.0 Effective On: March 30, 2016 the application is proceeding per regulations.
attesting that Interconnection Customer owns the Generating Facility and it is required to serve load; or (v) documentation of MISO ATTACHMENT X FERC Electric Tariff Generator Interconnection Procedures (GIP) ATTACHMENTS 41.0.0 Effective On: March 30, 2016 application for state and local air, water, land or federal nuclear permits and that the application is proceeding per regulations.
required to meet the requirements of this interconnection procedure. 6.0 An equipment package does not include equipment provided by the utility. 7.0 Any equipment package approved and listed in a state by that state's regulatory body for interconnected operation in that state prior to the effective date of these small generator interconnection procedures shall be considered certified
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2016-10-13 157 FERC 61,021 Docket Nos. ER16-1817-000; ER16-1346-000

WOW attempt to use the limited paper hearing procedures to circumvent the stakeholder process and force unjustified GIP changes in violation of the procedural requirements set forth in section 206 of the FPA.100 MISO states that AWEA/WOW's claims do not meet the content and evidentiary requirements of Rules 203 and 206 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure.
NRIS resource that clears in the Planning Resource Auction to satisfy its Local Clearing Requirement.199 In its answer, MISO states that the issue regarding participation of external customers in MISO's ancillary services market and Planning Resource Auction are not appropriate for 195 AWEA/WOW Protest at 14-17. 196 MISO Answer at 14-15.
s generator interconnection procedures (GIP) requires MISO to refund the payment upon satisfaction of the Initial Payment of a non-provisional GIA or upon commercial operation of the entire Generating Facility under a provisional GIA.48 As a result, for E-NRIS and NRIS-only customers, MISO states that it would have to refund the M2 Milestone Payment shortly upon receipt,
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2012-05-17 139 FERC 61,132 Docket No. RM10-23-001 (Order 1000-A)

his Final Rule does not require removal of references to such state or local laws or regulations from Commission-approved tariffs or agreements."465 Accordingly, such a right based on a state or local law or regulation would still exist under state or local law even if removed from the Commission-jurisdictional tariff or agreement,
require the interregional transmission coordination procedures to meet the requirements of the transmission planning principles required for local planning (under Order No. 890) and regional planning (under Order No. 1000).596 The Commission explained that stakeholders will have the opportunity to participate fully in the consideration of interregional transmission facilities during
to amend their OATTs to describe procedures that provide for the consideration of transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements in the local and regional transmission planning processes.345 By considering transmission needs driven by Public Policy Requirements, the Commission explained that it meant: (1) the identification,
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Rate Schedule 06 - MISO-SPP JOA and CMP

transmission to protect the reliability of the network and shall do so if required to resolve emergency conditions in the other Party's region. MISO Section 8.1.1 MISO RATE SCHEDULES Power System Restoration. 30.0.0 Effective On: November 19, 2013 Effective restoration procedures require coordination and communication at all levels of the Parties' organizations and their membership.
for Compliance with Emergency Procedures. 30.0.0 Effective On: November 19, 2013 Each Party is to bear its own costs of compliance with emergency energy procedures, except as the applicable Tariff may otherwise require. If a Party is required to purchase emergency energy in order to address the flow of the other Party, then the other Party shall be required to provide compensation.
the procedures stated in Section 14.2 and its subparts shall apply but shall not preclude a Party from seeking such temporary or preliminary injunctive relief, provided, that if a Party seeks such judicial relief but fails to obtain it, the Party seeking such relief shall pay the reasonable attorneys' fees and costs of the other Party incurred with respect to opposing such relief.
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