January 15, 2021

Volume XI, Number 15

Thomas O. Lemon

Thomas O. Lemon focuses his practice on litigation and regulation in the energy sector. After receiving his J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis in 2011, Tom worked as an attorney-advisor in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Office of Enforcement. In his time at the Commission, Tom worked on nearly every type of FERC Enforcement matter, and has extensive experience with natural gas and electricity market fraud and manipulation claims, NERC reliability standards violations, wholesale demand response, and LMP and capacity price formation. He has done investigatory and enforcement work in several ISO and RTO markets, including CAISO, PJM, NYISO, and ISO New England.


  • Energy regulation

  • Energy litigation and investigation

  • Energy and commodities

  • Global energy and infrastructure

  • LNG regulatory issues and agreements

  • NERC electric reliability issues


Articles in the National Law Review database by Thomas O. Lemon