Douglas “D.C.” Conant is an accomplished attorney with extensive experience representing clients before regulatory bodies and government agencies. He has navigated complex proceedings before the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC), skillfully advocating for large industrial customers through the state’s first-ever multi-year electricity rate case, multiple integrated resource planning iterations, and various rate-rider hearings. D.C.’s experience extends to the federal level, where he has represented industrial clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in matters concerning interstate transmission planning.

Beyond the energy sector, D.C. has represented a national moving and junk hauling company, successfully* securing an Application for Exemption to Transport Household Goods. Prior to his work in North Carolina, he clerked for the Honorable Jacob E. Reger of West Virginia’s 26th Judicial District, gaining invaluable insights into the judicial process.

D.C.’s commitment to public service is evidenced by his previous role as a town council member for the town of Flatwoods, West Virginia, where he played an active role in shaping local policies and initiatives. With his broad experience and deep understanding of regulatory frameworks, D.C. continues to be a trusted advisor and advocate for his clients.


*The outcome of a particular case cannot be predicated upon a lawyer’s or law firm’s past results.

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