|Nego is a partner at Heckert Bikin & Pile. He practices in the areas of Real Estate, Elder Law, Consumer Bankruptcy and Workers' Compensation. Nego is an active member of the Pennsylvania and Montgomery Bar Associations. He is a volunteer with Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program where he has handled real estate, probate and guardianship cases; and the Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project where he provides pro bono assistance to clients seeking bankruptcy relief. Nego is currently on the Board of the Montgomery Bar Association and co-chair of the Ad Hoc Business Development Subcommittee, a subcommittee of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Minority Bar Committee. As the first person to head this subcommittee Nego organized and moderated the committee's first business development forum: Blazing Business Trails - How to Be More Productive at Marketing and Business Development. He has served as a speaker and panelist at various Bar events including the PBA's Law Day; The Rise, Existence and Fall of a Law Practice; Clarence Darrow: Crimes, Causes and the Courtroom - Controversy Conflicts Challenge; and the Montgomery Bar Association's How to Hang a Shingle Without Hanging Yourself. He received his J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law and his B.A. in Philosophy from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.