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Education

  • J.D., George Washington University Law School
  • B.A., University of Washington

Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland

Court Admissions

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Veterans Claims

Memberships & Affiliations

Energy Bar Association

Jeffrey K. Janicke

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Associate
  • T: 202.753.3403
    F: 202.354.4648

Jeff Janicke has more than a decade of experience advocating on behalf of energy purchasers and sellers. His practice focuses on proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, including matters addressing rates, terms and conditions of service, mergers and acquisitions, certificate applications and securities issuances. He has also participated in numerous federal rulemaking proceedings and appellate court cases, and he regularly negotiates power purchase agreements and other energy-related contracts. His clients include municipalities, electric cooperatives, trade associations, joint action agencies and an independent system administrator.

Jeff joined the firm from Miller, Balis & O’Neil, P.C. Prior to becoming an energy lawyer, he was an associate in the corporate group of a Washington law firm and a judicial law clerk for the District Court of Maryland in Annapolis. During law school, he served as a notes editor for The George Washington Law Review.

Representative Matters

Provide ongoing legal advice and representation to an independent transmission system administrator in connection with its FERC-jurisdictional authority.
Represent petitioners before appellate courts seeking review of energy-related decisions of federal agencies.
Prepare filings of FERC-regulated public utilities, including tariff revisions, applications for approval of mergers and acquisitions, applications for authorization to issue securities, and market power analyses.
Represent municipal gas utilities in challenging rate increases, terms and conditions of service, and other proposals of interstate natural gas pipelines.
Provide ongoing legal advice to a state agency in connection with its ownership interest in a 670-MW electric generating facility.
Prepare comments on proposed administrative rules on behalf of trade associations and other energy interests.
Negotiate power supply agreements on behalf of wholesale purchasers.