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Nathan started his legal career at the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, where he quickly gained a reputation for his strong, unrelenting work ethic as well as his proficiency in trial. During his time as an Assistant District Attorney Nathan was responsible for heading up the Firearms and Narcotics Division. Nathan handled an extensive and full caseload, including homicide investigations and prosecutions, large scale narcotics prosecutions and wiretap investigations and prosecutions. Nathan handled numerous jury and bench trials, often in some of the County’s most difficult and serious cases.
Nathan was tasked as the first Assistant District Attorney assigned to the Montgomery County Drug Court, a Court focused on the treatment of individuals addicted to drugs and alcohol. Nathan was responsible for creating the infrastructure within the District Attorney’s Office to support Drug Court, as well as drafted an implemented the policies and procedures by which cases were approved for, and ultimately handled within, the Drug Court system. Many of those policies and procedures remain in effect today. During his time at the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, Nathan was also cross sworn into the Department of Justice as a Special Assistant United States Attorney (SAUSA). In this role, Nathan was responsible for identifying, investigating, indicting and taking to trail some of Montgomery County’s most violent offenders. Nathan spent nearly six years as an SAUSA, indicting and taking to trial numerous cases.
Nathan has received numerous awards for his proficiency in trial and work ethic, including multiple commendations from several District Attorneys. These awards focused not only on individual case achievement, but also on his strong work ethic and ability to handle an extremely large caseload. He has also received advance training, from nationally recognized institutions in trial advocacy. Nathan has tried scores of cases before juries in both Common Pleas and Federal Court. Nathan has always believed that the backbone to success in any case is the willingness to work harder than any other person, a trait that he brings to every case he works on. Nathan has used this approach to achieve successful outcomes for numerous clients in both civil and criminal litigation.
Kent has wide-ranging experience in a variety of legal matters. He began his career in law as an associate with Dechert, LLP where he was a member of Dechert’s nationally recognized Mass Tort and Product Liability Group. Kent was also an associate at Buschman, Johnson & Conway handling commercial and civil litigation, corporate matters, criminal and domestic cases, real estate transactions, wills and trusts, among other matters. Kent and Nathan worked together at the law firm of Rogers Castor until they formed their own firm, Conway Schadler, LLC. Kent is also a licensed title agent and has handled virtually every aspect of real estate transactions. Over his career, Kent has gained both small-firm and large-firm experience and has handled cases for clients ranging from multi-national, multi-million dollar corporations to individuals. Kent lives in Blue Bell, PA with his wife Misti, who is also an attorney, and their daughter, Caydi