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Clayton C. Miller

Counsel to the Firm, Indianapolis

Clay joined SKO in 2017 in the firm’s merger with Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald & Hahn. He is a member of the Appellate, Trusts & Estates and Utilities practices.

Previously Clay served as an attorney advisor in the Office of Public Utility Regulation at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and chief administrative law judge at the Indiana Utility Regulation Commission. He also served as a law clerk to Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Randall T. Shephard.

In private practice since 2000, Clay’s extensive experience in administrative and procedural law benefits clients navigating complex regulatory issues.

Education
Indiana University Maurer School of Law
1993, J.D.
Harvard University
1987, A.B.
Admissions
Indiana
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana
United States Supreme Court

Recognition

  • Indiana State Bar Association, Presidential Citation; 2005, 2007, 2013
  • Indiana Bar Foundation, William G. baker Civic Education Award; 2011

Affiliations

  • Indiana State Bar Association, member
  • Indianapolis Bar Association, member; Appellate Practice Section Executive Committee, vice-chair
  • Indiana Bar Foundation, life fellow
  • Indianapolis Museum of Art Contemporary Art Society, president
  • Friends of the Indiana State Archives, board member
  • Madame Walker Theatre Center, vice president
  • Chatham Arch Neighborhood Foundation, president
  • Dance Kaleidoscope, Inc., advisory council
  • Roberts Park United Methodist Church, member
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Meet Clay

My Focus

Utilities: I represent clients before the Indiana Utility Regulatory commission, state and federal trial courts, and appellate tribunals. My clients have included utilities, municipalities, developers, a trade association and a statewide telecommunications authority.

 

Trusts & Estates: I counsel individuals, couples and families regarding the transfer of assets to intended beneficiaries through wills, trusts or other means. Also, I assist with estate administration and provide advance healthcare directives.

 

Appellate:  I review trial and administrative proceedings and outcomes, and craft effective arguments for review by appellate tribunals.

Looking Ahead

Regulations affecting business in all industry sectors may change, but the administrative processes and reviews have remained intact for years. While regulated businesses seek streamlining and predictability, the public interest in rational and transparent processes can be expected to drive regulators’ decisions.