Tyler Brown’s practice focuses on the representation of natural gas and electric industry clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), other federal agencies, and the federal courts.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Brown was an intern in the Office of Administration Litigation at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and was a summer associate at a mid-sized national law firm. While in law school, he was the articles editor for the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law.
Representing an investor-owned electric utility and its affiliates in proceedings before FERC, including incentive rate filings, complaints, wholesale distribution service rate cases, and applications for disposition of jurisdictional facilities.
Assisting natural gas pipeline companies in NGA Section 4 general rate cases and NGA Section 5 investigations and in matters of compliance, standards of conduct, and tariff implementation.
Representing PJM Interconnection in proceedings before FERC, including compliance, tariff filings, reliability agreements, and wholesale market matters.
“Chapter 11: Pipeline Service Obligations and Chapter 46: Judicial Review,” Regulation of the Gas Industry, Matthew Bender, 2010