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January 08, 2019

Attorneys Steve Blow and Alexandra Locke Join Barclay Damon

January 8, 2019—Barclay Damon announces Steve Blow, of counsel, and Alexandra Locke, associate, have joined the firm. Blow and Locke will work out of the firm's Albany and Syracuse offices, respectively.

Blow is a member of the Regulatory Practice Area. Prior to Barclay Damon, he spent nearly four decades working as a NYS Department of Public Service attorney, handling significant energy, environmental, and telecommunications matters that included Article VII, VIII, and X siting cases; rate cases; Section 68 proceedings; and orders regarding lightened regulation of energy companies. He has substantial involvement in making the PSC website more accessible to visually impaired users. Blow also served as the NYS Public Service Commission records-access officer, giving him extensive experience with the legal issues surrounding confidential filings and Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) requests.

Locke is a member of the Real Estate and Financial Institutions & Lending Practice Areas, supporting commercial real estate and finance transactions, including the acquisition, sale, leasing, and mortgaging of retail shopping centers. Prior to Barclay Damon, Locke served as associate counsel at Raymours Furniture Company, Inc.

Barclay Damon attorneys team across offices and practices to provide customized, targeted solutions grounded in industry knowledge and a deep understanding of our clients' businesses. With nearly 300 attorneys, Barclay Damon is a leading regional law firm that operates from a strategic platform of offices located in the Northeastern United States and Toronto.

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