About Chris Carusone

Chris Carusone is a partner with the multistate law firm of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman, PC. Working out of the firm’s Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, office, he concentrates on governmental law and regulatory affairs as well as business law and labor and employment matters. Before accepting his current position, Chris Carusone worked in a series of public and private positions in the City of Harrisburg, including tenures as a partner with Conrad O'Brien, PC; a secretary of legislative affairs with the Office of Governor Tom Corbett; an executive deputy attorney general with the Governor's Office of General Counsel; and a chief deputy attorney general with the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General.

In addition to practicing litigation in various Pennsylvania and federal courts, Chris Carusone has represented clients in arbitration proceedings and before various administrative boards. Over the course of his career, Mr. Carusone has received a number of honors and distinctions including an Attorney General’s Award for Excellence and a Pennsylvania Bar Association Special Achievement Award.

Work History

Work History
Aug 2004 - Aug 2011

Chief Deputy Attorney General

Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
Aug 1999 - Aug 2004

Assistant General Counsel

Pennsylvania State Police
Aug 1997 - Aug 1999

Assistant General Counsel

Pennsylvania Office of Inspector General


Aug 1990 - Aug 1993


Widener University School of Law
Aug 1985 - Aug 1989


Providence College