Zachary E. Nahass is a shareholder with CGA Law Firm and Co-Chair of the Litigation Law Group. He focuses his legal practice in the areas of business, employment law, and civil and commercial litigation. Zachary prides himself on his ability to hear his clients’ concerns and takes a collaborative approach to identify client goals and strategies for reaching them. He previously co-chaired the Firm’s Employment Law Group.
He counsels businesses and entrepreneurs on entity formation, employment matters, acquisitions, regulatory compliance, and succession issues. When assisting clients, Zachary’s objective is clear – to preserve their time and to keep them apprised as their matters progress.
In the event of disputes, Zachary seeks to minimize the associated stress and disruption, while working toward a favorable result. Zachary offers representation in various administrative and judicial forums, alternative dispute resolution, and state and federal courts.
Zachary received his Juris Doctorate from The American University, Washington College of Law, where he was a member of The Administrative Law Review. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire. Zachary is licensed to practice in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.
Zachary serves as the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of York & Adams County. He also serves on the Boards of York Day Nursery and Children’s Home of York; assists Leadership York and the Future Leaders Program as a Community Ambassador; and is a Special Director for the York Art Association.
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- Big Brothers & Big Sisters of York & Adams County, President
- York Day Nursery, Board of Directors
- Children’s Home of York, Board of Directors
- York Art Association, Board of Directors
- “Community Ambassador” – Future Leaders Program (Leadership York)
- York County Bar Association
- J.D., The American University, Washington College of Law, 2006
- The Administrative Law Review, 2004 – 2006
- B.A., University of New Hampshire, 2000