This month's speaker will be NBA Board Member Scott Fegley, of The Fegley Law Firm, with “Improve Your Workplace: Prevent Harassment.” The presentation will address sexual harassment, what workplace behavior may violate the law, and steps to take for both employers and employees to eliminate harassment in the workplace.
Scott I. Fegley, Esq. has been representing clients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey for over thirty years. After working for law firms in Princeton and Philadelphia, Mr. Fegley started his own practice in his hometown of Yardley, Pennsylvania in 2002. The Fegley Law Firm now focuses on employment and personal injury cases. Mr. Fegley has been an active member of his community. He has served on the Lower Makefield Township Board of Supervisors, and on the boards of the Livengrin Foundation, the Newtown Business Association and the Newtown Arts Company. Mr Fegley’s website can be found online at www.fegleylaw.com.
Come hear all about what is happening in the Newtown Business Association and how it can help your business. Meet with colleagues and make new contacts at this FREE early morning get-together. The meeting starts promptly at 7:30 am and wraps up at 9:00; guests are welcome to come to a breakfast meeting to see what NBA is all about.
Attendees are asked to register online (below) in order to ensure adequate breakfast fare.
NOTE: We welcome all guests to attend one (1) Business Card Exchange and one (1) Member Breakfast Meeting. A guest fee will be assessed for each event attended thereafter.
Event Host Policy for Private Business Establishments
The Newtown Business Association (NBA) is a private Pennsylvania not-for-profit organization formed to promote the growth of commerce in Newtown and the vicinity. It is the express policy of the NBA that NBA sponsored events hosted in private business establishments shall be free of political speech of any kind including distribution of literature, circulation of petitions, or other political campaign activity. Events hosted by private establishments are not public fora under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution even if “open to the public.” By agreeing to host an NBA sponsored event, the host agrees to adhere to the foregoing policy and to prohibit political speech at the event in consideration for the publicity and promotion of its business in connection with the event.