Ryan Siney joined Tucker Arensberg in the firm’s Harrisburg office.

Siney is an associate and focuses his practice on intellectual property, international business, corporate law and litigation. Prior to joining Tucker Arensberg, Siney was an associate with Shumaker Williams .

Elected and appointed

Nigel A. Greene, a partner in the Philadelphia office of Rawle & Henderson, was appointed vice chair of the American Bar Association’s tort trial and insurance practice section’s commercial transportation litigation general committee for the 2012-13 fiscal year. Greene’s term will continue through August 13, 2013.

Greene focuses his practice on the defense of commercial motor vehicles, complex commercial litigation and casualty and premises liability matters. In addition, he serves as an arbitrator in Philadelphia County.


Nicholas C. Harbist, a partner with Blank Rome, was appointed co-executive director of the American Bar Association’s criminal justice section, white-collar crime committee.

Harbist will work with the committee to set goals and policies, while creating educational programs, speaking and writing opportunities, membership growth initiatives, and networking events.

Harbist practices in Blank Rome’s Princeton, N.J., and Philadelphia offices and concentrates his practice in complex litigation. He represents clients in matters related to health care fraud and abuse, defense contract fraud, securities and tax fraud, environmental crimes, antitrust and FCPA crimes, export crimes and general business fraud.


Joel Feldman of Anapol Schwartz spoke with doctors and hospital staff at Shriners Hospital for Children on July 10 about the dangers of distracted driving.

Feldman’s presentation included videos and cognitive distraction exercises to demonstrate how a moment of nonattentive driving can lead to life-changing events.


In the article, “Attorneys Spar Over Motions at Ex-PSU Administrators’ Hearing,” which appeared in the August 17 edition of The Legal, Thomas J. Farrell of Farrell & Reisinger represented Gary Schultz. •