Conrad O'Brien Nabs Pa. Gov.'s Legislative Affairs Chief

Law360, New York (July 18, 2013, 6:38 PM EDT) -- The Pennsylvania governor’s advocate before the General Assembly and a former member of the state attorney general’s office is leaving a 16-year career in the public sector to join the Harrisburg office of Conrad O'Brien, where he will represent clients facing civil and criminal government investigations, the governor announced Wednesday.

Gov. Tom Corbett said Christopher Carusone, who worked for more than six years in the state attorney general’s office before serving most recently as the governor’s secretary of legislative affairs, will leave the administration in mid-August...
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