Daniel J.Bleiberg


Houston + 1.832.239.3939

Daniel Bleiberg is dedicated to Jones Day's Border Project, which provides guidance and legal representation to individuals with claims for asylum or other forms of immigration relief who have been taken into immigration custody in South Texas.

In his work on the Border Project, Daniel helps to administer Jones Day's on-the-ground operations in South Texas, providing assistance directly to non-citizens after they have entered the United States. He also supports Jones Day lawyers representing non-citizens in their immigration proceedings. Daniel has served as pro bono counsel to a wide range of individuals seeking immigration relief, including adults and unaccompanied children in their appearances before immigration judges and asylum officers.


  • Salvadoran refugee obtains asylumJones Day obtained asylum for our client, a young Pentecostal Salvadoran woman who fled El Salvador to the United States in 2017 due to severe persecution.
  • Large natural gas producer protests fuel filing by major interstate natural gas pipelineJones Day represented a large natural gas producer in Marcellus and Utica Shale Plays in protesting a fuel filing by a major interstate natural gas pipeline in the Mid-Continent.
  • Xcel Energy subsidiaries secure FERC approval of rate incentives for transmission line constructionJones Day represented Northern States Power Company, a Minnesota corporation and Northern States Power Company, a Wisconsin corporation, two public utility operating company subsidiaries of Xcel Energy Inc., in securing Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval for an abandoned plant rate incentive for the construction of a 345 kV transmission line, to be located in south central Minnesota, along with associated substation expansions.
  • OGE Energy receives FERC approval for dissolution of Arklahoma CorporationJones Day assisted Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company in connection with the dissolution of The Arklahoma Corporation, including in securing Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval for the transfer of Arklahoma's electric transmission assets to its three owners, each of which is a public utility.
  • Large marketer of crude oil in Texas files complaints before FERC and Railroad Commission of Texas regarding implementation of crude oil pipeline's tariffJones Day represented a large marketer of crude oil in Texas in complaint proceedings before FERC and the Railroad Commission of Texas regarding a crude oil pipeline's implementation of its tariff.
  • Large Texas marketer of oil protests petition for declaratory order filed by crude oil pipeline at FERCJones Day represented a large marketer of crude oil in Texas in protesting a petition for declaratory order filed by a crude oil pipeline at FERC.
  • Koch Ag & Energy Solutions sells 1,054 MW CCGT Plant in Odessa, Texas to Vistra EnergyJones Day advised Koch Ag & Energy Solutions, LLC, a subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc., in the sale of a 1,054 MW combined cycle, combustion turbine power plant located in Odessa, Texas, to a subsidiary of Vistra Energy, the parent company for TXU Energy and Luminant, for $350 million in cash, plus a potential spark spread-based earnout.
  • Asylum granted to Honduran mother and child fleeing gang violenceJones Day client N.O.G. fled Honduras with her minor daughter N.G.O. after she received multiple death threats from a Honduran gang.
  • Major natural gas distributor seeks regulatory advice regarding FERC-regulated market activities and natural gas pipeline transportationJones Day advises a major natural gas distributor regarding its usage of interstate natural gas pipeline services regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and rules applicable to transactions and conduct in the wholesale natural gas marketplace.