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Local grassroots nonprofit elects Laboski president of board
Gavin Laboski has taken his seat as president of Bucks County Foodshed Alliance board of directors for 2016 and will be leading the grassroots community service organization through its 10th anniversary this year. Bucks County Foodshed Alliance educates and builds partnerships within the community to connect farmers and consumers, develop ... [ Read More ]


Business Foundations: Negotiating purchase of business & property
If you are facing a complex business transaction, whether as the buyer, the seller or an investor, you can greatly increase your odds of success by getting knowledgeable guidance from the very start. Recently Laboski Law represented the buyer of a large industrial property and business in Bucks County. The ... [ Read More ]


Laboski Law Obtains Zoning Variances
Gavin Laboski recently represented property owners in Bucks County seeking approval for an in-law accessory dwelling in their home. In a unanimous decision the Zoning Hearing Board granted dimensional variances that will pave the way for Gavin's clients to proceed with remodeling their home and allowing their parents to reside ... [ Read More ]


District Attorney's office creates windfall for Bucks County nonprofit
Gavin Laboski recently represented Network of Victims Assistance (NOVA) of Bucks County in a real estate transaction in which the Bucks County District Attorney was able to make NOVA the beneficiary of over $230,000 to help fund its child abuse awareness, prevention and victim services programs. Here is the article that [ View Article ]


Brewery and $5M mixed-use project spur surge in Quakertown
Two unrelated, significant projects in Quakertown are signaling a renewed fervor in rejuvenating the borough and its downtown. [ View Article ]


45,000 chickens killed in central Pennsylvania farm fires
Authorities say more than 45,000 chickens have been killed in fires this week at two central Pennsylvania farms. [ View Article ]


Quakertown woman pleads guilty to Horsham homicide by vehicle
A Bucks County woman pleaded guilty April 21 to reckless driving that led to a deadly crash in Horsham in November. [ View Article ]