Randy Seger has practiced for over 40 years before the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission and other state, local and federal courts, boards and regulatory agencies. Throughout his law career he has advised utilities and other entities with regard to mergers, acquisitions, rates, financing and certifications and approvals related to the telecommunications, sewer and water, and energy industries. In addition he has advised various municipalities, investor-owned utilities and developers on utility matters including expansion and extension of utilities for economic development. As energy utilities have adopted renewable fuels, waste to energy facilities and wind farms, he has broadened his practice to include these new sources of energy prodution.
He has also advised agribusiness interests in organization, expansion, contractual and utility/environmental issues, including economic development projects for food production facilities. Seger graduated from Indiana University School of Business, B.A., in 1970, cum laude, and Indiana University Maurer School of Law, J.D., 1972, magna cum laude. He was a member of the organizations Beta Gamma Sigma, Order of the Coif and Indiana Law Journal. He was admitted to the Indiana Bar in 1972. Seger is also a veteran speaker, having given numerous utility presentations on regulatory law.
In re Petition of PSI Energy, Inc., 1993 Ind. PUC LEXIS 215 — Representing intervenor Indianapolis Power and Light. (Merger Litigation)
Indiana Bell v. Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, 715 N.E.2d 351 (Ind. 1999) — (Merger Approval)
Carmel v. City of Indianapolis, 828 N.E.2d 464 (Ind. Ct. App. 2005) — Affirming trial court decision in favor of client.
Hamilton Southeastern Utilities v. Fall Creek Regional Waste District District (06A01-0309-CV-00351) — (Certificate of Need Regarding Contract for Utility Acquisiiton)
Utility Center v. City of Ft. Wayne, 868 N.E.2d 453 (Ind. 2007) — (Municipal Acquisition of Utility by Condemnation)