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Corban represents utilities and other power suppliers in Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) matters.

Corban represents energy and utility clients on a variety of matters before FERC. He has experience with representing companies seeking market-based rates, stated rates, and formula rates; filings to maintain market-based rates; and has represented clients filing complaints and comments with respect to Regional Transmission Organizations. In addition, Corban provides support to corporate transactions requiring FERC approval, represents clients in FERC enforcement actions, and assists clients in filing comments on proposed rules. While Corban is primarily experienced in the traditional electric market, he works with renewable energy as well, and alongside his FERC work, he also advises clients on compliance issues related to retail choice.

Corban gained experience with case management early in his career and was instrumental in the drafting and preparation of highly complex, multimillion-dollar settlements. Clients know that Corban will always go the extra mile and ensure that their matters move forward.




  • J.D., The George Washington University Law School
    • The George Washington International Law Review, Managing Editor
  • B.A., University of Kentucky


  • District of Columbia

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Energy Bar Association
  • Represented electric utilities in filing of pleadings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and appellate briefs at the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • Drafted regulatory filings before the FERC, pursuant to Sections 203 and 205 of the Federal Power Act, including applications for disposition of jurisdictional facilities, market-based rate authority, and exempt wholesale generator status.
  • Represented clients at the FERC for matters set for hearing and settlement procedures, including filing of FERC-approved settlements.
  • Advised clients on matters related to FERC enforcement proceedings, generator interconnection, and transmission.
Outside the Office

Corban loves theatre—so much so that he pursued an acting career in New York prior to law school. He was even trained in stage combat and has been certified in the theatrical use of various different weapons. While the law takes most of his time these days, he continues to attend performances when he can and especially enjoys improv and musical theatre. Corban also enjoys reading, particularly science fiction and fantasy novels, and international travel.