Former Federal Energy Regulatory (FERC) commissioner Bernard McNamee has returned to McGuireWoods as partner after a two-year stint on the commission, joining a growing list of Trump Administration officials who are returning to their former firms post-election.

McNamee left McGuireWoods, where he was senior counsel, in 2017 to work at the Texas Public Policy Foundation and, later, as executive director of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Policy. He joined the FERC in 2018 after being nominated by President Donald Trump and confirmed by the Senate. He will be succeeded by Mark Christie, a top utility regulator in Virginia.

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