With her strong understanding of electric utility regulation, Anne K. Dailey skillfully assists her clients with navigating the FERC regulatory landscape. Clients rely heavily on Anne for her ability to identify, evaluate and avoid potential problems.
Anne represents electric utilities before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), with an emphasis on electric transmission-related issues for investor-owned public utilities. She represents clients in FERC litigation and FERC-initiated enforcement investigations, including risk analysis and evaluation.
Anne also advises clients on compliance with North American Electric Reliability Corp. (NERC) requirements, including audits by regional reliability entities.
Representative Matters :
- Represents clients during FERC-initiated enforcement and investigation processes, including risk analysis and evaluation.
- Advises investor-owned electric utilities on ongoing compliance with FERC Order Nos. 888, 890 and 1000.
- Advises clients on compliance with NERC requirements, including audits by regional reliability entities.
- Represented an investor-owned electric utility in its successful withdrawal from the Regional Transmission Organization (RTO).
Professional Experience : Senior Legal Research Associate, Critical Infrastructure Protection Project, 2003-2004
- George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School, J.D., 2003
- College of William & Mary, B.A., 1996
BAR ADMISSIONS : Virginia, District of Columbia
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