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Kay Pashos '81 Joins Baker & Daniels to Practice in Utilities Law

October 29, 2008

Kay Pashos 2008 B&D.jpgOctober 29, 2008, Greencastle, Ind. - Kay E. Pashos, a 1981 graduate of DePauw University, has joined the law firm of Baker & Daniels, reports today's Indianapolis Star. She joins the firm after serving as vice president of regulatory strategy for Duke Energy's U.S. Franchised Electric and Gas organization.

Pashos will serve as counsel in the law firm's energy, environment and climate change group. She will focus her practice on utilities work, representing utilities in various proceedings before the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. She also will counsel clients in regulatory strategy, appeals from IURC decisions and various Federal Energy Regulatory Commission matters.

"I'm very pleased to be a part of this exciting growth initiative of Baker & Daniels," Pashos says. "I believe the industry knowledge I can bring to the group will only add to its already established practice in the area of utilities law."

"We're very excited that Kay is joining our team," states Melina Kennedy, leader of Baker & Daniels' energy, environment and climate change group. "She brings years of experience Law Scale 4.jpgand leadership in dealing with regulatory legal issues that are important to the success of utilities companies. She'll be a great resource to our firm and clients."

Kay Pashos' resume also includes serving as president of Duke Energy Indiana (formerly PSI Energy); vice president and general counsel at Cinergy; and an associate at Best & Flanagan in Minneapolis. "She is president of the board of directors for Young Voices of Indianapolis and a member of the boards of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and Damar Services," adds the newspaper, which also notes her degree in political science from DePauw.

You'll find the item at IndyStar.com.

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