Tucker Arensberg, P.C. is pleased to announce that Richard B. Tucker, III was presented the 2015 Richard B. Tucker, Jr. award at the annual employee appreciation lunch on April 21, 2015. The Award of Distinction is named in honor of one of the Tucker Arensberg founders and presented to an attorney who demonstrates that same level of commitment that helped build the firm. Mr. Tucker was known for his outstanding professionalism and generous contribution to the firm, the legal profession and the community.
Richard B. (‘Dick’) Tucker, III is well known as an appellate advocate and has a stellar reputation with state and federal appellate judges. Dick also was successful in arguing a case before the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Farens v. John Deere. Dick remains active in the American Law Institute, the most distinguished non-academic forum for legal scholarship in the legal profession.
Dick, like his father, practices in a variety of legal areas. He has won major victories in Orphans Court in will contests. He has also successfully represented clients in land use disputes. He currently serves as the Solicitor for Sewickley Borough.
Dick attended the University of Virginia and received his Juris Doctor from Columbia University. Following law school, Dick was a VISTA volunteer at the Legal Services in Kansas City. He then worked for the Legal Services in Providence, Rhode Island where he had a number of significant victories including an injunction stopping all mortgage foreclosures in the state for violations of constitutional rights to due process.
Dick is a valuable asset to the firm not only for his legal expertise, but for his dedication to the firm and its attorneys.