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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.

Brenda C. Lucom-Mahoney joins Saxton & Stump as Paralegal/Client Services Professional in the Malvern office

Brenda Lucom-Mahoney has joined Saxton & Stump’s Malvern office as Paralegal/Client Services Professional. In this role, she supports the firm’s Healthcare Litigation and Business and Corporate attorneys and works closely with the Director of Concierge Services to foster a five-star service environment. 


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Dr. Kevin Mosser and attorney Collin Keyser present at virtual LeadingAge PA Annual Conference + EXPO

Saxton & Stump’s Dr. Kevin H. Mosser, a family physician with extensive geriatric experience and former healthcare executive, and attorney Collin T. Keyser, chair of the Senior Care Services group, presented at the LeadingAge PA Annual Conference + EXPO.

Attorney Lou Fiorilla returns to central PA from Atlanta to lead Saxton & Stump’s Banking and Financial Services team

LANCASTER, Pa., August 11, 2020 — Attorney Louis G. Fiorilla has joined Saxton & Stump’s Lancaster office to lead the firm’s Banking and Financial Services group. A Lebanon County native, Lou has spent the last five years practicing law in the Atlanta, GA office...

Attorneys Andy Berger and Kamron Abedi join Saxton & Stump’s growing business law and M&A team

LANCASTER, Pa., August 3, 2020 — Saxton & Stump announced the expansion of its business and corporate team with the additions of attorneys Andy P. Berger as shareholder and Kamron W. Abedi as associate. The move expands the firm’s business and corporate and...

SE Healthcare partners with LocumTenens.com to offer innovative solution to physician burnout crisis

 Saxton & Stump’s strategic partner company SE Healthcare, a leading provider of technology solutions and online programs for healthcare organizations, has announced a partnership with LocumTenens.com, a physician and advanced practitioner staffing agency....

Attorney Bruce Wolstoncroft speaks about intellectual property management on Warehaus Speaker Series

Bruce Wolstoncroft recently sat down for a conversation for the Warehaus Speaker Series. During the Q&A podcast on June 19, titled “Intellectual Property Management,” Bruce discussed how IP impacts the success of architecture, engineering and construction companies.

Saxton & Stump names COO and Controller to enhance and grow internal operations

LANCASTER, Pa., June 29, 2020 — Saxton & Stump is pleased to announce the promotion of two business professionals as the firm continues to enhance and grow its internal operation services. David M. Garrett now serves as Chief Operating Officer and Donna J. Mathiot...

Saxton & Stump attorneys selected to Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists for 2020

Three Saxton & Stump attorneys have been selected to the 2020 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. The lists, which are updated on an annual, state-by-state basis, recognize attorneys who have distinguished themselves from their peers by offering well-rounded...

Construction project losses related to COVID-19 – Jeff Bright explains claims in ABC Keystone

Saxton & Stump attorney Jeffrey C. Bright recently published “Types of Claims that May Arise from Construction Project Losses Related to COVID-19” in the June 2020 issue of The Merit Shop Spokesman ABC Keystone Newsletter for their Ask an Attorney series. In the...

Saxton & Stump continues Harrisburg office expansion with three additional attorneys, launches Trucking and Commercial Transportation practice

HARRISBURG, Pa., June 16, 2020 — Saxton & Stump announced that three attorneys have joined its growing Harrisburg office: Michael T. Traxler, Esq., Lane E. Brody, Esq. and Kimberly A. Selemba, Esq. In addition, the firm has launched a practice focused on serving...

PBA reelects attorney Erik Hume as vice chair of Real Property Section

HARRISBURG, Pa., May 26, 2020 — Saxton & Stump attorney Erik M. Hume has been reelected as vice chair of the Real Property Division for the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section. His new term began on May 8. The reelection...


Federal court denies stay during appeal of ruling on gathering limits – impact for Pennsylvania businesses

On September 22, 2020, the court denied the governor’s stay request. The court held that the governor was not likely to succeed on appeal and distinguished other cases which have upheld the governor’s COVID-mitigation orders on the ground that those rulings were not based on a full factual record like the one developed in this case.

Federal court denies stay during appeal of ruling on gathering limits – impact for funeral homes and cemeteries

A federal court in western Pennsylvania, which struck down the commonwealth’s COVID-19 gathering limits, denied Gov. Tom Wolf’s request to stay ruling while it is on appeal. This means that, for now, the limits are not enforceable.

Federal court declares Pennsylvania gathering limits unconstitutional

In a September 14, 2020 opinion and order, a federal district court in Pittsburgh declared Pennsylvania’s gathering limits, imposed as COVID-19 mitigation efforts, to be unconstitutional. Businesses may now choose to hold gatherings above the previously imposed limits, but this ruling is likely not the end of the story.

DOL revises FFCRA regulations; changes definition of “health care provider”

  The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued updated regulations clarifying and revising several provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). Importantly, the updated regulations alter the definition of “health care provider,” such...

Federal court declares Pennsylvania gathering limits unconstitutional – impact for funeral homes and cemeteries

In a September 14, 2020 opinion and order, a federal district court in Pittsburgh declared Pennsylvania’s gathering limits, imposed as COVID-19 mitigation efforts, to be unconstitutional. Funeral homes and cemeteries may now choose to hold gatherings above the previously imposed limits, but this ruling is likely not the end of the story.

Gimme Shelter: Force majeure clauses in the new world of pandemics, riots and natural disasters

  Prior to 2020, minimal thought was given to force majeure clauses during contract negotiation. Typically, these clauses protect contracting parties from natural disasters, like earthquakes, fires, and floods, that could impact a construction project. The AIA...

Key dates for the trucking and commercial transportation industry

  As summer ends, drivers and carriers should keep the following key dates in mind and prepare to comply with upcoming roadchecks, file their HVUT and consider new hours of service regulations going into effect across the country.     Commercial Vehicle Safety...

Another look at the Pennsylvania Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act

  Home renovation projects have become more expensive in recent years. According to The Home Depot, the average price for a minor kitchen renovation is $20,800; a major kitchen renovation averages $62,200 and an upscale kitchen remodel averages $123,000. The...

Reducing a bottleneck — change in PA Liquor Code allows beer and wine purchases at more checkouts

  If you have spent much time in a grocery store that sells beer or wine, you have no doubt witnessed two major complaints from customers – especially those from out-of-state – when they encounter some of Pennsylvania’s alcohol laws. For example, when someone...

Funeral services again limited to 25 people

  Effective today, Thursday, July 16, indoor funeral services in Pennsylvania are subject to a 25-person limit and outdoor burial services are limited to 250 people. Citing an “unsettling climb in new COVID-19 cases,” Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr....

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