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CHIEF OF TUCKER ARENSBERG HARRISBURG, PA., OFFICE LEAVES FOR PUC APPOINTMENT

 PITTSBURGH, March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Tuesday's announcement that John M. Quain, managing partner of the Harrisburg, Pa., office of Tucker Arensberg, P.C., has been confirmed to the Public Utility Commission (PUC) by the Pennsylvania Senate, was enthusiastically received at the firm's Pittsburgh headquarters.
 "We're delighted for John," said Henry S. Pool, president and CEO of Tucker Arensberg. "He's been an integral part of Tucker Arensberg from the day he joined our organization. We'll miss both his legal and administrative abilities. John's entire professional career has been devoted to public utility issues. We are pleased that he has the opportunity to put his talents to work for all the people of the commonwealth. We know they will be well served by John's expertise, diligence and dedication."
 Quain has been the managing partner of Tucker Arensberg's Administrative Law Group, based in the firm's Harrisburg office. His practice there focused on administrative and public utility law. Quain joined Tucker Arensberg in 1986, and became a shareholder in 1988. Before joining Tucker Arensberg, Quain served as an attorney with the PUC from 1982 to 1986.
 While employed at the commission, he was responsible for state utility regulatory issues, such as accounting, engineering, finance and corporate planning. Additionally, he was responsible for purchased gas matters. This includes evaluation of the utilities' expenses to purchase gas on behalf of their customers. His work at Tucker Arensberg focused on similar issues.
 Quain graduated from East Stroudsberg University and Temple Law School. He is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Supreme Court.
 Tucker Arensberg, P.C., has 115 employees in its Pittsburgh, Harrisburg and Pittsburgh International Airport offices, 55 of those attorneys. Tucker Arensberg has served as counsel for a broad range of corporate and business clients for nearly a century. In addition to its general business law practice, the firm concentrates in banking, bankruptcy and reorganization, energy, telecommunications, environmental law, governmental relations, labor and employment law, real estate, tax and securities law.
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 /CONTACT: Frank Allison of Tucker Arensberg, P.C., 412-594-5558/


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