Evan M. Gabel

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Evan M. Gabel provides legal services to individuals and businesses in the areas of business and corporate law, labor and employment law and municipal law.

He has experience in all aspects of litigation, from the drafting of complaints to the execution of settlement agreements, especially in the areas of construction, commercial, and employment law.

Graduating with honors, magna cum laude, Evan earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Mississippi, where he served as a member of the Mississippi Law Journal. He completed his undergraduate degree at George Mason University, graduating with highest honors, summa cum laude. Evan is a graduate of Spring Grove High School.

He is a member of the York County Bar Association. He serves his community as a member of the Board of Directors for the ARC of York County and York Young Professionals. In addition, he was recently recognized for his Pro Bono efforts to help those in need. 

 

Evan M. Gabel provides legal services to individuals and businesses in the areas of business and corporate law, labor and employment law and municipal law.

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Education and Honors: 
• J.D., University of Mississippi, magna cum laude
- Mississippi Law Journal 2012 - 2014
• B.A., George Mason University, summa cum laude
Bar Admissions: 
Pennsylvania
PA Supreme Court
Professional Affiliations: 
York County Bar Association
ARC of York County, Board of Directors
York Young Professionals, Board of Directors, Member at Large

Articles

  • 11.11.18

    By Evan Gabel

    Nearly every municipality has some type of special event throughout the year on property owned by the municipality – whether that event is a fundraiser, arts and crafts show, fair, parade, or fireworks show. While these events are often great ways for the community to come together and to show visitors positive aspects of the municipality, it is important that the municipal body be prepared for the types of issues that these special events can present.

     

    Emergency Service & Traffic Control

  • 12.08.17

    On July 9, 2013, Governor Tom Corbett signed into law Act 68, which amended the Pennsylvania Municipalities Authorities Act (the “Act”) to allow local governments in Pennsylvania to form stormwater authorities. Specifically, Act 68 amended 53 P.S. § 5607, adding “stormwater management planning and projects” as purpose and power for which a municipal authority may be incorporated. 

  • 03.01.17

    Traditionally, municipalities fund capital projects and essential equipment expenses by using tax revenues, cash reserves built over time or indebtedness through the issuance of such items as municipal bonds and bank financing. There is, however, another underutilized method of financing capital acquisitions, namely municipal leasing. Municipal leasing can provide advantages over more traditional methods of financing, including lower expenses.

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