Mosby Perrow represents clients in the energy industry on transactional and regulatory matters. He focuses on regulatory counseling, drafting and negotiating documents such as precedent agreements, and administrative litigation. Mosby’s clients range from natural gas pipelines to electric utilities to renewable energy developers to investors focused on the energy space. He practices regularly before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on rate proceedings, asset acquisitions and divestitures, and enforcement matters.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Mosby worked as an attorney-advisor for the Office of General Counsel at the FERC. There he worked on key orders and rules regarding FERC’s open access reform, issues arising out of the organized electric markets, transmission incentive rates, and mergers and acquisitions.
Mosby is an active member of the Energy Bar Association, serves on the EBA Houston Chapter Board of Directors, and co-chairs the EBA Programs and Meetings Committee. He also serves on the Advisory Board for the Institute for Energy Law, a division of the Center for American and International Law. Mosby has chaired other EBA committees in the past, including the Finance and Transactions Committee, and also served on the editorial board for Energy Law360.