Phil Mone represents clients in the natural gas, oil pipeline, and electric utility industries in regulatory matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Phil has extensive experience litigating rate cases and complaints before administrative law judges at FERC, including filing of testimony and motions, writing pre- and post-hearing briefs, preparing witnesses for cross-examination, and defending witnesses during cross-examinations and depositions. Phil has also counseled gas and electric companies and customers before FERC on various other matters under the Natural Gas Act and Federal Power Act.
From 2012-2014, Phil served as a Trial Attorney at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission representing FERC’s Office of Administrative Litigation at settlement and hearing in administrative litigation cases concerning electric, natural gas, and oil matters. Before that he worked as an associate attorney at a FERC-focused boutique law firm in Washington DC and as in-house counsel at EnerNOC, Inc., a leading provider of demand response services.
Boston College Law School
Energy Bar Association
Dartmouth Green Alumni
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Office of Administrative Litigation, 2012-2014