Archive for the ‘Zachary Nahass’ Category

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 »

Webinar: Labor and Employment Law Update

access_time Posted on: April 8th, 2021

YCEA Leadership LuncheonThursday, April 22nd, 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. CGA Law Firm’s experienced team of employment attorneys will provide proactive business leaders at all levels with an update on key employment law developments so far in 2021, a preview of the changes that lie ahead, and tips and strategies for maintaining compliance. Topics will include:–      Summary of labor and employment developments during the first 90 days of the Biden presidency–      Discussion of the latest COVID return to work and vaccination issues–      Important state law initiatives likely to impact Pennsylvania employersFeatured speakers, Attorneys Christine Nentwig and Zach Nahass, are Co-Chairs of the Labor and Employment… read more »

Employment Law Update: 2020 Year in Review and 2021

access_time Posted on: October 24th, 2020

CGA Law firm’s experienced team of employment attorneys will provide proactive business leaders at all levels with an update on key employment law developments. They will suggest strategies to help employers maintain compliance with the many legal challenges employers face in 2020, as well as a preview of what 2021 may have in store.  Join our CGA experts for an enjoyable and informative YCEA working-lunch during which hosts will encourage participants to share their insights, ask questions, and share valuable tips. We look forward to seeing you there! REGISTER NOW The featured speakers, Attorneys Zach Nahass and Christine Nentwig, are Co-Chairs of the… read more »

Department of Education Published Final Version of Title IX Regulations

access_time Posted on: May 7th, 2020

Department of Education published the final version of the Title IX regulations On May 6, 2020, the Department of Education published the final version of the Title IX regulations. The final regulations specify how schools, colleges, and other Federally funded institutions must respond going forward to allegations of sexual harassment. These regulations require sexual harassment in education programs or activities to be addressed as a form of sex discrimination. The schools must respond supportively and promptly to anyone claiming to be sexually harassed, resolve allegations of sexual harassment promptly and accurately with due process protections to alleged sexual harrassment victims… read more »

Labor and Employment Law Virtual Luncheon: Employment Law Update and Preparing to Return to Work

access_time Posted on: May 1st, 2020

CGA offers a primer on preparing your team to return to work. CGA Law firm’s experienced team of employment attorneys will provide proactive business leaders at all levels with an engaging and interactive update of employment laws and a primer on preparing your team of employees to return to work. The featured speakers, Attorneys Zach Nahass and Christine Nentwig, are Co-Chairs of the Labor and Employment Law Department at CGA Law Firm. Join our CGA experts for an enjoyable and informative working-lunch during which hosts will encourage participants to share their insights, ask questions, and share valuable tips. We look forward to seeing you there!… read more »

COVID-19 Update: Amendment to the Closure Order of Non-Life-Sustaining Businesses

access_time Posted on: April 23rd, 2020

COVID-19 Update: Amendment to the Closure Order of Non-Life-Sustaining Businesses One month after Governor Wolf issued an order to close all but “life sustaining” businesses, the Governor has amended his order to allow three business categories to re-open with limited operations. View Governor Wolf’s Amended Order Pennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Rachel Levine issued her own similar order. View Pennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Rachel Levine’s Order Governor Wolf and DOH Secretary Levine are authorizing the following businesses to conduct limited operations as long as they follow the state’s recommended guidance:  Limited construction activity may resume with strict compliance of… read more »

COVID-19 Update: DOH Order Requiring Worker Safety Interventions

access_time Posted on: April 16th, 2020

The Secretary of the Department of Health, Dr. Rachel Levine, signed an order to protect critical workers employed at businesses authorized to continue in-person operations during Governor Wolf’s closure order.  The order provides protections to keep employees at life-sustaining businesses safe and to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The order requires employers to: Provide masks for employees and mandate that they be worn at all times during work, except when taking a break to eat or drink. (Employees may wear their own masks if the employer finds them to be compliant with the Department of Health and CDC guidance.)Prevent large… 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 »

Zach Nahass Wins ADA Case for Client in Federal Court

access_time Posted on: October 23rd, 2019

On August 30, 3019, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit handed CGA client George Matheis a significant victory in a case where he had been unlawfully barred from a plasma donation facility based on his use of a service dog. Mr. Matheis is represented by CGA attorney Zachary E. Nahass. While the anti-discrimination provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) explicitly apply to businesses such as laundromats, dry-cleaners, banks, barbershops, beauty shops, travel services, shoe repair services, funeral parlors, gas stations, offices of accountants, lawyers and other professionals, pharmacies, insurance offices, health care facilities, hospitals,… read more »

Labor and Employment Law Seminar: Where Leadership and the Law Intersect

access_time Posted on: October 20th, 2019

Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 8:30 am – 1:00 p.m. Country Club of York, 1400 Country Club Road, York, PA 17403 Please join attorneys Zachary Nahass and Christine Nentwig (Co-Chairs of Labor and Employment Law at CGA Law Firm) and Amy Lafko of Cairn Consulting. Solutions for a valuable and productive leadership seminar.This half day seminar will cover leadership techniques related to hiring, retention, and performance management that will build a culture of success and keep you compliant and out of the courtroom. The seminar will also feature a panel discussion with: Andrew Paxton , President and General Counsel, United Fiber & Data Pamela Funk , Director of Human Resources,… read more »