WASHINGTON– LAWFUEL – Legal Announcements –Energy lawyer James C. Beh has joined the international law firm Jones Day as a partner in the Washington office in the firm’s Energy Delivery and Power Practice.
Mr. Beh has more than 20 years experience representing traditional utilities, merchant generators, power marketers and others in complex litigation, compliance and transactional matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, federal courts, and other state and federal agencies. He was formerly a partner in the Washington office of Troutman Sanders LLP. Mr. Beh is a 1981 graduate of Georgetown University and a 1984 graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, where he served as Articles Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal.
Peter D. Clarke, the leader of Jones Day’s Energy Delivery and Power Practice, said: “The Firm is extremely fortunate to attract a lawyer with Jim Beh’s solid experience and credentials to its growing energy regulatory practice. In particular, Jim’s extensive regulatory work on behalf of independent power producers and other merchant generators adds new depth to the Firm’s broad energy practice.”
Jones Day is an international law firm with 30 locations in centers of business and finance throughout the world. With more than 2,300 lawyers, including more than 400 in Europe, and 200 in Asia, it ranks among the world’s largest law firms. Jones Day acts as principal outside counsel to, or provides significant legal representation for, more than half of the Fortune Global 500 companies. Jones Day established its Washington Office in 1946. Today, about 220 lawyers practicing in the business practice, government regulation, litigation, and tax areas are housed in a historic office building across the street from the U.S. Capitol.