In her practice in Spiegel’s energy, transportation and telecommunications law groups, Anjali advocates for a diverse set of state and local government and public power clients, and for the interests of consumers.
On energy and environmental matters, Anjali has been involved in a variety of complicated regulatory and court proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), state utility commissions and federal courts. In particular, she has worked on cases concerning capacity markets and utility mergers and has advised and informed clients on the implementation of renewable energy policies, and on national developments in environmental and transmission regulations. Anjali also works on transactional matters, and has assisted in the interpretation and negotiation of contracts dealing with the joint ownership of generation plants.
On transportation matters, Anjali counsels airport managers on maintaining compliance with their federal obligations and on administrative and constitutional law issues that affect their airports. She has represented clients before the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and federal appellate courts. Additionally, she drafts and negotiates lease and use agreements between airport owners and aeronautical tenants.
On telecommunications matters, Anjali represents consumer telecom interests before state commissions and assists the firm’s local government clients with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulatory matters.
Prior to joining Spiegel, Anjali was a Sea Grant Fellow with the Great Lakes Commission and a Peace Corps volunteer in Togo.
Electric, environment and energy, transportation, telecommunications, contracts and rate negotiations and litigation and appeals.