Van Ness Feldman is pleased to announce that Mona Tandon has been elected Of Counsel.
Ms. Tandon is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. She advises a range of clients on oil and product pipeline, natural gas, and electric utility regulation. She is one of the leaders of the firm’s Oil & Products Pipeline practice, and actively participates in professional organizations such as the Women’s Council on Energy and the Environment and the Energy Bar Association.
Since joining Van Ness Feldman as an associate in September 2002, Ms. Tandon has focused her practice on all aspects of ratemaking and regulatory rate litigation, including helping companies submit rate filings and working with witnesses preparing for testimony. She has also been instrumental in helping residential and commercial appliance manufacturers find creative solutions in navigating federal and state energy efficiency regulations and the ENERGY STAR program, advising on legislative advocacy and policy strategies, and the resolution of energy enforcement actions. In addition, Ms. Tandon advises clients on federal and state legislative issues regarding energy and environmental development, and represents clients on transactional and regulatory matters in proceedings before federal departments, agencies, and courts.
In announcing Ms. Tandon’s promotion, Curt Moffatt, a senior Member in Van Ness Feldman’s Natural Gas & Oil Practice, said, “In the over eight years Mona has been at the firm, she has skillfully served clients with her growing depth of expertise in energy-related matters and has proven herself to be a valuable asset to firm clients and her colleagues. We look forward to Mona's continued success and accomplishments."
Ms. Tandon, 33, received a J.D. from University of Texas School of Law in 2002, and a B.A. from the University of Virginia in 1998. She is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Virginia. Ms. Tandon can be reached at 202.298.1836 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With 90 professionals in Washington, D.C. and Seattle, WA, Van Ness Feldman focuses on law and policy relating to: Electricity; Energy Efficiency and Smart Grid; Environment; Climate Change; Renewable Energy, Cleantech, and Biofuels; Coal and CCS; Natural Gas; Nuclear Energy; Hydropower; Infrastructure Development; Indian Law; Oil & Products Pipelines; Public Lands & Natural Resources; and Transportation.Printable Version