Mindy L. Herman, Former Director of Regulatory Services for Pepco, Re-joins Saul Ewing's Electric Utilities Practice

Mindy L. Herman, Former Director of Regulatory Services for Pepco, Re-joins Saul Ewing's Electric Utilities Practice

(Baltimore, MD - September 6, 2016)

Saul Ewing LLP, a full service law firm with more than 270 lawyers in 11 East Coast offices, today announced that Mindy L. Herman has re-joined the firm as a partner in the Electric Utilities Practice. She will be resident in the firm’s Baltimore office.

Ms. Herman brings to the firm and its clients more than 25 years of experience working within and advocating for national utility companies. This includes her most recent job as the Director of Regulatory Services for Pepco, a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation, which provides utility service to approximately 2 million customers in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and the District of Columbia. Ms. Herman is highly knowledgeable regarding public utility ratemaking, distribution and transmission projects, regulatory codes of conduct, and state public utility regulations. 

Ms. Herman’s experience also includes handling cases before public service commissions and developing regulatory and legal strategies related to rate cases, legislative positions, and energy policy. She has also counseled on mergers and provided legal advice to utility and non-utility clients regarding state and federal regulatory matters. 

“Before Mindy was in charge of Pepco’s regulatory relationships across the four-state region, she was a partner here at Saul Ewing, where she assisted our clients in the utility industry,” said Charlie Monk, Managing Partner of Saul Ewing’s Baltimore office.  “We are thrilled she has decided to return to the firm. Her decades of experience in the utilities industry will enhance our ability to serve clients in the energy and utility business in the mid-Atlantic region.” 

Ms. Herman graduated with honors from University of Maryland School of Law and earned a bachelor’s degree, summa cum laude, from Boston College.