Ken Sheehan has returned to Genova Burns as counsel and will serve on the firm’s Energy Law team, the Newark-based firm recently announced. Sheehan served as the firm’s director of Energy and Utility Law Practice during his first tenure with the firm.
Sheehan, who earned his law degree from Rutgers University, comes to Genova Burns from the New York Department of Public Service, where he was deputy counsel and represented the agency in the areas of telecommunications and third-party energy suppliers before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Federal Communications Commission.
Prior to his time with the New York Department of Public Service, Sheehan was with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU). There he served as ombudsman and director for the Division of Clean Energy. He was also previously chief of staff of the NJBPU, where he was charged with the development and implementation of policy, including energy, clean energy, water, telecommunication and security issues.