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Saxton & Stump is a full-service law firm serving businesses by providing legal and consulting services. We apply strategic solutions and provide problem-solving support to help our clients navigate legal issues and thrive in an increasingly complex world.

Anthony J. Foschi, Esq. Joins Saxton & Stump as Shareholder and Chair of Hospitality Group

Tony Foschi joins Saxton & Stump as Shareholder and Chair of the Hospitality Group. Tony brings experience unique to the hospitality industry advising clients on a variety of matters, including acquisitions, project development, due diligence, franchising and financing transactions. He works closely with buyers and sellers of hotels, food service organizations, restaurants and public recreation businesses to help them achieve their business goals. 

 

COMMUNITY

We strongly believe in giving back to the communities in which we work
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Practices

Providing strategic solutions to complex legal issues across a wide range of industries
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Multi-disciplinary team and resources providing effective solutions for our clients
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FIRM NEWS

Anthony Foschi, Esq. Joins Saxton & Stump to Establish Hospitality Group

  LANCASTER, Pa., April 15, 2019 — Saxton & Stump, a Pennsylvania-based law firm, has announced the establishment of a Hospitality Group with the addition of seasoned hospitality attorney Anthony J. Foschi. Tony works closely with buyers and sellers of...

Attorney Jeff Bright Presented at ABC PA Free Enterprise Day in Harrisburg

  On Monday, April 8, attorney Jeff Bright presented at the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) PA Free Enterprise Day in Harrisburg. This day is intended to connect ABC members with Pennsylvania’s elected officials and policy makers, to further free...

Saxton & Stump Adds Litigator Jennifer S. Snyder; Further Strengthens Litigation Team

LANCASTER, Pa., April 8, 2019 — Saxton & Stump, a Pennsylvania-based law firm, is pleased to announce the addition of litigation attorney Jennifer S. Snyder. Jennifer has represented clients in national multidistrict litigation cases, antitrust class action law...

Judge Lawrence F. Stengel (Ret.) Appointed to Board of Directors for Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts

  Lancaster, Pa., April 5, 2019 – Saxton & Stump announced that Judge Lawrence F. Stengel (Ret.), current shareholder and former chief judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, has been appointed to the board of directors of Pennsylvanians for Modern...

Saxton & Stump Hires Donna Mathiot as Accountant

  LANCASTER, Pa., April 4, 2019 — Saxton & Stump, a Pennsylvania-based law firm, is pleased to announce the hiring of Donna Mathiot as an accountant. In this position, Donna will support the firm’s finance department in day-to-day operations. “As our firm...

Judge Lawrence F. Stengel (Ret.) to Present During PBI Seminar “Civil Practice in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania”

  LANCASTER, Pa., April 1, 2019 — On April 11, 2019 Judge Lawrence F. Stengel (Ret.) will present in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s (PBI) “Civil Practice in the Eastern District” seminar. Stengel will serve as part of a panel with leading...

Saxton & Stump Hires Richard Hansberry as Paralegal

  LANCASTER, Pa., March 22, 2019 — Saxton & Stump, a Pennsylvania-based law firm, is pleased to announce the hiring of  Richard J. Hansberry as a paralegal. Rick will support the firm’s Intellectual Property Law and Business and Corporate Law Groups. “We are...

Saxton & Stump Expands Healthcare Law Services, Adds Seasoned M&A Attorney John M. Hogan

  LANCASTER, Pa., March 19, 2019 — Saxton & Stump, a Pennsylvania-based law firm, has expanded its Healthcare Law services with the addition of attorney John M. Hogan, who will also serve as Chair of the firm’s Corporate Healthcare and Life Sciences Group....

Saxton & Stump Hires David Tirado as Director of Information Technology

  LANCASTER, Pa., March 15, 2019 — Saxton & Stump, a Pennsylvania-based law firm, is pleased to announce that David Tirado has joined the firm as its director of information technology. In this position, David will oversee IT systems and work to enhance...

Richard Hackman to Present at MGMA’s 2019 Healthcare Leaders Summit

  LANCASTER, Pa., March 14, 2019 – Saxton & Stump, is pleased to announce that Richard L. Hackman, Esq. will present on “Harassment in the Workplace and Conducting Internal Investigations” during the Pennsylvania Medical Group Management Association (MGMA)’s...

INSIGHTS

The Impact of Choosing the Right Type of Community

  This is the final installment in our four-part series, “An Introduction to Pennsylvania Common Interest Ownership Communities.” In this series, we explore the legal background of condominiums and planned communities, the two most common types of communities in...

Court Rules Patients Can Create Hostile Work Environment for Healthcare Providers

  A recent decision from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals reaffirms that employees can bring sexual harassment claims based on the conduct of non-employees, including patients. This decision reminds healthcare practices that patients can be the source of sexual...

Why Material Breaches of Contract are so Important on a Construction Project

  When a project “goes south” and deteriorates, contractors sometimes threaten to stop work. But stopping work is a serious response that can lead to other compound problems such as schedule delays, lost profits and broken relationships. When a project starts to...

The Importance of Confidentiality in Mergers and Acquisitions: Secure a Non-Disclosure Agreement Before Starting the Conversation

  This is the first installment in our four-part series, “Key Stages in Buying and Selling Businesses.” In this series, we explore critical stages in the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) process that both buyers and sellers should consider. Confidentiality is...

Department of Labor’s Proposed Rule Change Would Impact Overtime Eligibility – How Pennsylvania Employers Can Prepare

  The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued its long-awaited proposed rule that would raise the minimum annual salary required for workers — executive, administrative and professional — to qualify for the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) white-collar...

The Planned Community Act and How it Differs from the Condominium Act

  This is the third installment in our four-part series, “An Introduction to Pennsylvania Common Interest Ownership Communities”. In this series, we explore the legal background of condominiums and planned communities, the two most common types of communities in...

Protecting Trade Secrets in the Event of an Employee Departure

  The latest statistics indicate that, on average, a college graduate will change jobs 10-12 times in his or her career. Employees frequently move between companies in the same industry. With advances in technology, like enhanced cameras on cell phones, it has...

The Uniform Condominium Act in a Nutshell

  This is the second installment in our four-part series, “An Introduction to Pennsylvania Common Interest Ownership Communities.” In this series, we explore the legal background of condominiums and planned communities, the two most common types of communities in...

Erik Hume, Esq. Published in Pennsylvania Bar Association Winter/Spring 2019 Newsletter

  Erik M. Hume, Esq. recently was featured in the Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section of the Winter/Spring 2019 Pennsylvania Bar Association Newsletter. His article, “Act 84 of 2018: More Changes for Common Interest Communities”, covers how Act 84 of...

EEOC Wellness Regulations Still Uncertain – Employers Should Exercise Caution

  The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia vacated the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) regulations governing wellness programs incentives effective January 1, 2019. The federal court order nixed regulations that permitted voluntary...

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