Law firm associate selected for membership
Bryan Neiderhiser has been selected for membership into the National Trial Lawyers Association Top 100 Trial Lawyers.
Neiderhiser is an associate at the law firm of Marcus & Mack, P.C., where his practice is devoted solely to representing the interests of injured people in cases involving catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, industrial accidents, motor vehicle collisions, premises liability and dog bite injuries.
He is a graduate of Grove City College and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania’s state courts as well as the federal court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Neiderhiser serves on the board of governor’s of the
Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, and is a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice. He also is a member of the Indiana and Allegheny County Bar associations.
New owner of Richland Curves
Beverly Pridgen is the new owner of Richland Curves, located in the College Park Plaza, Richland Township.
She is Cleveland Clinic certified in behavior, diet and nutrition and exercise and is a certified Zumba instructor.
The Curves workout consists of total body toning, strengthening and cardio using hydraulic resistance equipment.
Computer instructor attends event
Jessica Hanes Barron of Boswell, computer science instructor at Pennsylvania Highlands Community College, was selected to present at the Faculty Development Institute at the Community College of Allegheny County.
Barron will discuss the uses of instructional gaming in advancing STEM education.