He will be responsible for legal guidance, regulatory matters, transaction negotiations and related matters for Anacostia and its six railroad subsidiaries: the Chicago South Shore & South Bend Railroad, Gulf Coast Switching Co., Louisville & Indiana Railroad, New York & Atlantic Railway, Northern Lines Railway L.L.C. and Pacific Harbor Line Inc.
Sidman has provided legal assistance to transportation and rail industry clients for more than 30 years. He previously was a partner, founder and transportation practice leader at Washington, D.C. law firm Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider P.C., where he represented Anacostia and many other short lines, trade associations and transportation-related businesses.
Sidman also previously was a special assistant to the executive vice president of the United States Railway Association.
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