Anne Dailey represents clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”), with an emphasis on electric transmission-related issues for investor-owned public utilities. Anne has extensive experience advising clients regarding compliance with the Federal Power Act, FERC regulations, and North American Electric Reliability Corporation (“NERC”) standards.
- Represents electric utilities in FERC trial-type hearing processes, including discovery strategy, development of pre-filed testimony and exhibits, direct and cross-examination of witnesses at hearing, and preparation of post-hearing briefs.
- Represents clients during FERC-initiated enforcement and investigation processes, including risk analysis and evaluation.
- Advises investor-owned electric utility on ongoing compliance with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) Order Nos. 888, 890, and 1000.
- Advises clients regarding FERC transmission pricing policy for system expansions and upgrades.
- Advises clients on compliance with North American Electric Reliability Corporation (“NERC”) requirements, including audits by regional reliability entities.
- Represented investor-owned electric utility in successful withdrawal from Regional Transmission Organization (“RTO”).
- Co-authored with Todd R. Coles, Utilities and Renewable Energy: To Buy or to Build, Law360, 2009.
- (as Anne K. Mitchell) Electric Utility Restructuring After California, Edward L. Flippen and Anne K. Mitchell, Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law Vol 21 No 1 (2003).
- Moderator, “Cyber Security- Collaboration with Local, State, Federal and International Government,” Emerging Issues Policy Forum, November 2016
- Moderator, “EPA’s Clean Power Plan: State Plans and Consumer Impact,” Women’s Emerging Issues Policy Forum, October 2015
Rankings and Recognition
- Named to Virginia Business magazine’s Legal Elite as Young Lawyer Under 40 (2007)
- Partner, Troutman Sanders LLP, 2013-present
- Associate, Troutman Sanders LLP, 2005-2012
- Associate, McGuire Woods LLP, 2004-2005
- Senior Legal Research Associate, Critical Infrastructure Protection Project, 2003-2004
- George Mason University, J.D., 2003
- The College of William and Mary, B.A., 1996
District of Columbia