CHRISTOPHER E. EZOLD, ESQ.
Business law: including business formation; commercial litigation; contracts and transactional matters; construction litigation; trade secrets; and regulatory issues.
Employment law: including employment contracts, executive compensation/equity matters and non-competition agreements; employment litigation; human resources best practices; employment policies and procedures; wage and hour and overtime; Fair Labor Standards Act; Family Medical Leave Act; employee benefits; investigation of employment discrimination and sexual harassment claims; employment discrimination; and sexual harassment.
Health law: including physician and provider employment contracts; HIPAA and HITECH compliance; license, privilege and credentialing issues; Stark and Anti-Kickback Statute concerns; business structure, merger, succession and acquisition; regulatory compliance; and reimbursement.
Admitted: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, State of Delaware, State of New Jersey, Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Federal Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Law School: Villanova University School of Law, J.D. 1995
Villanova University School of Law, LLM (Taxation) 2010
College: The George Washington University, B.A. (Philosophy) 1992
Member: Main Line Chamber of Commerce (Former Member, Board of Directors, and General Counsel); Pennsylvania Bar Association, Delaware Bar Association (Health Law and Employment Law Committees), Montgomery County Bar Association, Delaware Medical Group Management Association.
Biography: Christopher E. Ezold focuses his practice on assisting small and medium-sized businesses incorporate and grow their businesses. Mr. Ezold is a current member of the Board of Directors of the Main Line Chamber of Commerce, and has been designated as the Chamber’s General Counsel. Mr. Ezold is also a member of the Board of the Center for Advancement in Cancer Education, and is a volunteer attorney with the Support Center for Child Advocates. Mr. Ezold is the former chair of the Main Line Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Committee, and has given presentations on employment and technology-related areas.