Posts Tagged ‘Zach Nahass’

Fall Employment Law Half-Day Seminar

access_time Posted on: September 30th, 2022

Time and date subject to change. Don’t miss this dynamic and interactive half-day seminar with attorneys Christine Nentwig and Zachary Nahass (Co-Chairs of Employment Law at CGA Law Firm) at the Country Club of York. Topics Will Include: · Workplace Investigations – Tips and Strategies for Handling Complex Cases · Employment Agreements – Considerations for Drafting and Enforcement · Requests for Accommodation – Defining Reasonable in a Post-Pandemic World · Union Activity on the Rise – Impact of High-Profile Organizing Campaigns on All Employers Details: 8:00 AM — Registration Opens 8:30 AM — Programming Begins Noon — Lunch There is a… read more »

Big Brothers/Big Sisters Golf for Kids’ Sake

access_time Posted on: June 9th, 2022

Big Brothers/Big Sisters Golf for Kids’ Sake at the Briarwood Golf Club, 4775 W. Market Street, York. Thank you, Zach, for being a Visionary Sponsor!

Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ Sake

access_time Posted on: May 22nd, 2022

Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ Sake at Suburban Bowlerama. Time TBD. Attorney Zach Nahass is a Visionary Sponsor for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ Sake

access_time Posted on: May 14th, 2022

Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ Sake at Suburban Bowlerama. Time TBD. Attorney Zach Nahass is a Visionary Sponsor for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of York and Adams Counties.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ Sake at Suburban Bowlerama

access_time Posted on: April 29th, 2022

Bowl for Kids’ Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ signature fundraiser. Every year, half a million people across America participate to raise money for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. Bowl for Kids’ Sake is the fun and easy way to raise the money that is vital to the program’s success. Fundraising teams collect donations and then celebrate their success by attending a local bowling party at Suburban Bowlerama. Follow this link to sign up: https://www.bbbsyorkadams.org/bowl. Thank you, Zach, for being a Visionary Sponsor of this event.

The Barstools at the Belmont Theatre

access_time Posted on: April 7th, 2022

A Musical on the Main Stage At The Belmont Theatre. Theme: Back to the Future! April 7-9th, 2022 Thursday through Saturday showtimes at 7:30pm CGA cast members include attorneys John Wilson, Jack Hartman, Ron Perry, Evan Gabel, Hunter Schenck, Brent Diefenderfer, Dan Fennick, Zach Nahass, and, of course, Tom O’Shea. The Bar Stools are always hilarious and 100% of the the proceeds are donated (50% to the York County Bar Foundation and 50% to the Belmont Theatre). Tickets may be purchased HERE.

Happy Hour Bowl for Kids’ Sake

access_time Posted on: November 5th, 2021

Location: Suburban Bowlerama, 1945 S. Queen St, York, PA 17403 Time: 5:30pm start Big Brothers Big Sisters of York & Adams Counties raises funds needed to give children in our community life changing mentors. Please consider being a part of an event that is a striking success year after year. Follow this LINK to register for this event. Attorney Zach Nahass serves on the Big Brothers Big Sisters Board.

Bowl for Kids’ Sake

access_time Posted on: October 31st, 2021

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York & Adams Counties raises funds needed to give children in our community life changing mentors. Please consider being a part of an event that is a striking success year after year. Follow this LINK to register for this event. Attorney Zach Nahass serves on the Big Brothers Big Sisters Board.

Bowl for Kids’ Sake

access_time Posted on: October 23rd, 2021

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York & Adams Counties raises funds needed to give children in our community life changing mentors. Please consider being a part of an event that is a striking success year after year. Follow this LINK to register for this event. Attorney Zach Nahass serves on the Big Brothers Big Sisters Board.

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 »