William & Mary
Ted P. Gerarden

Ted P. Gerarden

Adjunct Professor
Degrees: J.D., Georgetown University; B.S., Georgetown University
Email: [[tpgerarden]]
Representative Professional Activities and Achievements

Retired member of the Senior Executive Service, formerly Director of the Office of Administrative Litigation at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, where Professor Gerarden provided public interest representation in electric utility, gas pipeline, and oil pipeline rate litigation at FERC. In FERC’s Office of Enforcement, Professor Gerarden developed enforcement policy following the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and directed numerous successful investigations of companies alleged to have violated FERC rules and regulations. Previously Professor Gerarden practiced energy and administrative law with the firms of Donelan, Cleary, Wood & Maser, PC, and McGee & Ketcham, PC, and served as law clerk to Judge Oliver Gasch on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

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