Posts Tagged ‘Zachary Nahass’

Labor and Employment Law Seminar

access_time Posted on: May 13th, 2022

Friday, May 13, 2022 8:30 am – 1:00 pm Country Club of York 1400 Country Club Road, York, PA 17403 Mark your calendars NOW, so that you do not miss a dynamic and interactive half-day seminar with attorneys Christine Nentwig and Zachary Nahass (Co-Chairs of Labor and Employment Law at CGA Law Firm). Further details and registration coming soon.

Attorney Zachary Nahass Joins Board of Directors for York Day Nursery

access_time Posted on: October 22nd, 2021

Congratulations to Attorney Zachary Nahass for joining the York Day Nursery’s Board of Directors! York Day Nursery has been awarded a National Accreditation by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs. Accreditation is a comprehensive, voluntary approach to improving the quality of a child care program. YDN accomplished accreditation by providing low child-to-teacher ratios, offering outstanding programs, hiring the finest staff possible, and creating strong partnerships between the school and its families. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors for York Day Nursery, Attorney Nahass is also a Board Member for Big Brothers Big Sisters of York &… read more »

COVID-19 Update: What Is a “Life Sustaining” Business?

access_time Posted on: March 24th, 2020

COVID-19: What is a “life sustaining” business? In the wake of Governor Wolf’s March 19, 2020 Order mandating closures for COVID-19 mitigation, which was amended March 20, 2020, to close all but “life sustaining” businesses, many Pennsylvania companies have been left without clear guidance as to whether they are required to close or not. Some business, like hospitals and grocery stores, clearly fall in the “life sustaining” category, while others, like movie theatres and retail clothing stores, clearly do not.  For businesses that do not fall into such clear categories, the Commonwealth’s list of “life sustaining” businesses does not necessarily… read more »

COVID-19 Update: Governor Wolf’s Closure Order

access_time Posted on: March 24th, 2020

Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all non-life-sustaining businesses in PA to close their physical locations to slow the spread of COVID-19. The order was put in effect on Thursday, March 19th and updated on Saturday, March 21 and Tuesday, March 24. View Governor Wolf’s order HERE.View an updated list of industry subsections and groups that may or may not continue physical operations HERE. If you would like clarification on the closure order or assistance in completing a waiver, please contact a CGA Law Firm attorney (CGA attorneys).

The Importance of Developing Job Descriptions & Employee Handbooks

access_time Posted on: March 1st, 2017

Article by: Zachary E. Nahass For municipal officials who may never have been required to think about, much less participate in, traditional human resources tasks such as recruiting and hiring staff, developing and implementing employee policies, and receiving and processing employee complaints, engaging in those tasks may be daunting and unpleasant.  However, because most small and mid-sized municipalities do not have dedicated human resources personnel, but rely on their generalist administrators (who may themselves have limited experience in the area of human resources) to manage all aspects of employee relations, elected officials often find themselves in unfamiliar territory. Regardless the… read more »

Liability for Acts of Student Bullies Turns on Adequacy of District Response

access_time Posted on: December 16th, 2014

The disparate nature of school district responses to claims of student bullying led to different results in recent decisions from the federal appellate courts. In a September 2014 decision, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the trial court’s ruling, which dismissed a student’s claims against the district related to bullying she experienced at the hands of her classmates. On the other hand, an August 2014 decision from the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals found sufficient evidence to allow a student’s claims to proceed against the district and individual district officials for harassment she experienced at school. While the results… read more »