- Electric Energy Regulation
|Contact Info||Telephone: (202) 393-1200|
|University ||University of Virginia, B.A., History, distinction, 1989 Phi Beta Kappa|
|Law School||William & Mary School of Law, J.D., 1992|
|Admitted||U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; (not admitted in DC); U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit; (not admitted in DC); U.S. District Court, District of Columbia Circuit; (not admitted in DC); Virginia; (not admitted in DC); U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit; (not admitted in DC); Ms. Reed's practice is limited to matters and proceedings before federal courts and agencies. She is admitted only in Virginia.; (not admitted in DC); U.S. Supreme Court; (not admitted in DC). (Not admitted in District of Columbia)|
•American Bar Association
•Energy Bar Association
•Women's Council on Energy and the Environment
Wendy Reed's practice concentrates on representing electric utility clients before federal courts and agencies. She is particularly focused on the representation of transmission owners in a variety of matters including transmission rates, tariffs, regional transmission organization (RTO) formation, asset sales, and mergers.
Ms. Reed has extensive experience counseling the Midwest ISO Transmission Owners and Southwest Power Pool on all regulatory matters. She also represents U.S. and Canadian entities on a wide range of electric regulatory matters.
With over 19 years of experience, she has been consistently recognized by Chambers USA as a leader in her field and described as almost superhuman when it comes to managing a diverse group into a consistent regulatory position in their 2010 rankings.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Reed was an associate in the energy and administrative practices of a Washington, D.C. law firm. While in law school, she was editor-in-chief of the William & Mary Journal of Environmental Law.
•Chambers USA, Energy: Electricity, 2005-2014
•Chambers Global, Energy & Natural Resources 2014
|Reported Cases||Representative Experience; Representing the Midwest ISO Transmission Owners in the redesign of transmission cost allocation to address the unintended impact of the increase in remote renewable resources in the Midwest ISO service territory and the transmission projects caused by the need to integrate large quantities of remote renewable generation. ; Representing and advising the Midwest ISO Transmission owners in a wide variety of federal regulatory matters. ; Representing the Southwest Power Pool in the successful development and approval of regional cost allocation and planning reforms.|
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