Haley’s practice focuses on regulatory and energy law matters, as well as commercial litigation.
Haley is a senior associate in Fredrikson & Byron’s Energy and Litigation Groups. In her energy practice, Haley focuses on assisting clients with wind farm, solar, transmission and pipeline permitting matters. Haley is part of a team advising utilities, independent power producers, independent transmission companies and pipeline companies on siting, routing, permitting and other regulatory matters before the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and other federal, state, and local agencies.
In her litigation practice, Haley primarily represents clients in litigation related to energy infrastructure in trial and appellate courts. Haley has experience in both state and federal courts, administrative proceedings, and arbitration and mediation.
In a decision issued on October 13, 2015, the Minnesota Court of Appeals struck down the building code mandate requiring installation of fire sprinklers in larger homes promulgated by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI).