Jeremy is an appellate litigator, with a focus on constitutional and administrative law, including environmental and pipeline litigation. His practice involves both civil and criminal matters in the Supreme Court, and federal and state appellate and trial courts, as well as regulatory and legal counseling.
Before joining the firm, he served in the Office of Legal Counsel at the U.S. Department of Justice, where he provided legal advice and analysis to the White House and federal agencies on a wide range of constitutional and statutory issues. Jeremy has authored dozens of appellate and trial briefs in federal and state court, and at the certiorari and merits stages in the Supreme Court of the United States; and has presented oral argument in state and federal trial and appellate courts. He has particular experience in constitutional, administrative, environmental and tax law, energy issues, complex commercial litigation, the False Claims Act, and trial and appellate litigation involving
the Natural Gas Act.
Jeremy also maintains an active practice before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), including a broad range of current issues, such as cyber security protections for the energy grid, nuclear energy, dual-use technology, satellites,
exploration and production investments, and acquisitions by foreign state-owned enterprises of energy infrastructure and businesses.