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Saxton & Stump provides solutions for complex legal issues and partners with clients to create a roadmap for their success. We are committed to empowering clients by delivering five-star service and results-focused advice.

Former PA Deputy Attorney General Carson Morris launches white collar practice

Attorney Carson B. Morris has joined Saxton & Stump to launch the firm’s white collar defense practice, working alongside former judges Lawrence F. Stengel and Robert A. Graci to counsel institutional and individual clients in all aspects of criminal and administrative investigations.


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Saxton & Stump attorney Kiandra Steffy joins Lancaster Bar Association’s Board of Directors

LANCASTER, Pa., March 2, 2021 — Saxton & Stump attorney Kiandra D. Steffy has been appointed to the Lancaster Bar Association’s Board of Directors. She will serve in the role of Director at Large for the association where she is also Chair of the Diversity...

Former PA Deputy Attorney General Carson Morris launches white collar practice at Saxton & Stump

Lancaster, Pa., February 9, 2021 — Former Pennsylvania Deputy Attorney General, Carson B. Morris, Esq., has joined Saxton & Stump to launch its White Collar Defense practice and support the firm’s Appellate and Post-Trial Advocacy team. He previously served at the...

Saxton & Stump adds three attorneys, including Kathy Pape, to reinforce business and tax law services

HARRISURG, Pa., January 29, 2021 — Kathy L. Pape, one of the region’s prominent business leaders and governmental affairs experts has joined Saxton & Stump. She, along with recent hires Elaine A. Stanko and Richard S. Calabrese, expand the firm’s business and...

Saxton & Stump taps business and accounting innovator Brett Tennis to spearhead strategic growth initiatives

LANCASTER, Pa., January 19, 2021 —  Brett H. Tennis, CPA has joined Saxton & Stump as Vice President of Strategic Alliances to help continue the growth of the firm’s affiliate companies and partners. He will also work alongside the business development team to...

Saxton & Stump welcomes two attorneys and 10 professionals, prepares for strong start to 2021

LANCASTER, Pa., January 13, 2021 — Attorneys Kathryn Maza Courtney and Chelsea Bashi have joined Saxton & Stump along with 10 additional professionals. The additions are aligned with the firm’s strategic plan for 2021 to continue bolstering key practices while...

Saxton & Stump promotes three women to equity shareholder

LANCASTER, Pa., January 6, 2021 — Saxton & Stump announced that attorneys Kathleen Duffy Bruder, Emina Henne and Erin Redding have been named equity shareholders with the firm effective January 1, 2021, recognizing their exceptional work, client service and...

Saxton & Stump attorney Kiandra Steffy named to The National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40

LANCASTER, Pa., December 10, 2020 — Saxton & Stump attorney Kiandra D. Steffy has been named to the National Black Lawyers’ Top 40 under 40, a recognition given by invitation only to influential African American lawyers from across the country who excel in their...

Three Saxton & Stump attorneys complete Title IX compliance training

 Saxton & Stump attorneys Carrie E. Evans, Morgan S. Hays and Kiandra D. Steffy have completed the Student Conduct Institute’s 2020-2021 Title IX Compliance Training, which is specifically designed for those conducting Title IX investigations and...

Two registered patent attorneys and two paralegals join Saxton & Stump’s intellectual property practice

LANCASTER, Pa., October 22, 2020 — Registered patent attorneys Andrew L. Oltmans and Meghan A. Van Leeuwen have joined Saxton & Stump in addition to paralegals Jean Leisher and Tracy L. Finkenbinder. The move doubles the size of the firm’s core intellectual...

Attorney Chad Goebel joins Saxton & Stump’s litigation team in Malvern

MALVERN, Pa., October 5, 2020 — Attorney Chilton (“Chad”) G. Goebel has joined Saxton & Stump as a Shareholder in the firm’s healthcare litigation and commercial litigation practices in Malvern. Goebel is a trial attorney with significant experience in litigating...


Pennsylvania revises COVID-19 restrictions, including limits on gatherings

 The below information is current as of the publication date listed. Because COVID-19 response measures on all fronts are continually evolving, clients should stay alert to new developments and consult with counsel on any critical questions. On March 1, 2021,...

Who has priority rights to construction funds when a player on the project goes belly up?

 Cash flow on a project is the oil that keeps the machine running. Unfortunately, sometimes one of the players on the project — an owner, higher-tiered contractor or subcontractor — runs into cash issues, becomes insolvent or files for bankruptcy. This can lead...

Pa. Alcohol Industry: Old Tools, New Laws During COVID-19

 Although online shopping and delivery had already been the norm for many households, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated e-commerce and dramatically changed the way many consumers purchase their goods and services, including alcohol. With restrictions on...

Criminal charges for Act 72 construction workplace misclassification violations

 Pennsylvania recently made national headlines for seeking criminal charges against a York County drywaller for an alleged violation of Act 72, the Construction Workplace Misclassification Act. This will be the first time that criminal charges have been levied...

Some mortuary workers are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine under Pennsylvania’s distribution plan

On January 8, 2021, the Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH) issued a revised COVID-19 Interim Vaccination Plan, which now includes “mortuary” workers among those currently eligible to receive the vaccine.

Temporary COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted on January 4, but prior limits on gatherings will remain

With COVID-19 cases “raging across Pennsylvania” to an all-time high and straining health care providers, Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine issued orders on December 10, 2020, which impose significant restrictions on activities to mitigate the impact of the virus over the next three weeks.

$900 billion economic relief package – support for businesses and healthcare providers

After much negotiation, and a few twists and turns, on Sunday, December 27, President Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act (the Relief Act) into law. In addition to providing Congress with a budget for the upcoming fiscal year, the Relief Act provides nearly $900 billion in coronavirus-related aid that will be allocated among numerous designated programs.

EEOC issues COVID-19 vaccination guidance

With the advent of the COVID-19 vaccine, employers must wrestle immediately with the decision as to whether to mandate the COVID-19 vaccination. Employers may impose a vaccination requirement on employees subject to certain legally required exemptions. Specifically, exemptions to a mandatory vaccination policy include a refusal to be vaccinated based on a disability or medical condition, or a sincerely held religious belief.

COVID-19: The Impacts on Labor & Employment for Long-Term Care and Personal Care Facilities

  Attorneys Rick Hackman and Steve Fleury recently presented at the Pennsylvania Health Care Association’s 2020 Virtual Convention about COVID-19-related labor and employment law issues impacting long-term and personal care facilities. In their presentation, they...

Pennsylvania announces new temporary COVID-19 restrictions, including indoor dining prohibition

With COVID-19 cases spreading across Pennsylvania to an all-time high and straining healthcare providers, Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine issued orders yesterday, December 10, which impose significant restrictions on activities to mitigate the impact of the virus over the next three weeks.

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