Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America in Energy Law (2019) and as a Rising Star in Energy & Resources by Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers (2013-2015), Chris Jones represents clients in the energy industry before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and federal courts.
Chris has a wide-ranging energy practice. He has particular experience in transactional support (Section 203 of the Federal Power Act) and competition-related issues related to mergers and acquisitions and FERC’s market-based rate program. In addition, Chris works on transmission-related issues such as transmission rate cases, reactive power compensation, generator interconnections, affiliate transactions, OATT compliance and Standards of Conduct, as well as FERC compliance and audit defense matters.
Chris’s recent appellate experience includes successfully briefing and arguing Ameren Services Co. v. FERC in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.