Stuart S. Sacks Attorney in Harrisburg, PA

Vaccine Mandate Update

Just to close the door on your questions about the vaccine mandate, the US Supreme Court on January 13, 2022 prohibited OSHA from enforcing the mandate for employers with more than 100 employees. The majority of the Court concluded Covid-19 is not an occupational hazard in many workplaces.

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Randall S. Pajovich Attorney in Harrisburg, PA

Entering into a Triple Net Lease

A triple net lease is an agreement where the tenant is responsible for paying a portion of or all expenses of the property including, but not limited to, real estate taxes, insurance, and maintenance.These expenses are in addition to base monthly rent and additional rent, such as utilities.In most cases, the landlord is responsible for larger expenditures such as the roof or foundation of the building, however, in some cases, even these costs are passed on to the tenant.

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I’ve Been Contacted by Penn DOT, What Happens Now?

If your home or business has received a letter from PennDOT regarding the possible taking of all, or a portion of, your property, the first thing you need to do is contact an attorney with experience in Eminent Domain law in order to protect and represent your interests. It is very important that you do not sign any documents until an attorney has been engaged.

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Stuart S. Sacks Attorney in Harrisburg, PA

Creative Solutions to Complex Problems: Adoption

For most of Pennsylvania’s 232 year history, court-held adoption records have been inaccessible by adoptees, adopting parents and biological parents. Adoptees were only permitted access to medical information and only by Order of Court.

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Stuart S. Sacks Attorney in Harrisburg, PA

Tri-County Housing Development Corporation Board

Stuart Sacks has been committed to improving housing for low and moderate income individuals and families throughout his career.For the past 15 years he has served on the Tri County Housing Development Corporation Board of Directors helping to build or rehabilitate over 600 homes in Dauphin, Cumberland, Perry and Franklin Counties. A new home in the Allison Hill section of Harrisburg is now available for another qualified family as his efforts at community revitalization continue.