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Michael Connolly has left behind the practice of in-house law: In June, he joined the Morristown, New Jersey, office of Thelen Reid & Priest as of counsel. Connolly was previously vice president, law, for a constellation of energy concerns. They included GPU Service, Inc.; GPU Energy companies; and GPU Nuclear-all part of GPU, Inc., a registered public utility holding company system before it merged in 2001 with FirstEnergy Corp. Connolly will use his experience in utility law at Thelen Reid’s energy, utility, and infrastructure practice, one of the largest such industry-focused practices in the world. At GPU, Connolly was responsible for the legal and claims departments. He also supported the company’s GC on domestic and international legal issues and transactions. Prior to joining GPU Service in 1991, he was a staff attorney at Metropolitan Edison Company, and before that an attorney in private practice in Reading, Pennsylvania. Connolly obtained his law degree at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law; he also has a master’s in education from the University of Pittsburgh School of Education.

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