Eric J. Stark

Eric J. Stark is a partner in the firm's Harrisburg office.  He concentrates his practice in the areas of workers' compensation and employment law.  In his employment law practice, he regularly handles unemployment compensation matters including federal litigation, drafting handbooks, reviewing policies and advising clients regarding employee issues with the ADA, FMLA and Federal and State Wage and Hour laws.

Eric J. Stark is a partner in the firm's Harrisburg office.  He concentrates his practice in the areas of workers' compensation and employment law.  In his employment law practice, he regularly handles unemployment compensation matters including federal litigation, drafting handbooks, reviewing policies and advising clients regarding employee issues with the ADA, FMLA and Federal and State Wage and Hour laws.

Mr. Stark also spends time educating clients regarding various employment law topics.  He has written articles for the Pennsylvania Self Insurers Association (PSIA) and numerous newsletter articles regarding hot topics in employment law.  He has also taught classes as a volunteer instructor for ASSETS Lancaster.

Mr. Stark is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.  He is a past chair of the Lancaster Bar Association's Workers' Compensation Section.  He has also taught continuing legal education courses on a variety of topics including workers' compensation, the overlap of employment law with workers' compensation and the use of labor market surveys.

Mr. Stark is also a member of the Pennsylvania Self Insurers Association and the Lancaster County Industrial Safety Council.  He has served on the Board of Directors for the Kiwanis Club of Elizabethtown, the Pennsylvania Peer Support Coalition and Cornerstone Youth Center.  He has also served as a volunteer men's basketball announcer for D3hoops.com.

Mr. Stark received his B.A., cum laude, from Elizabethtown College in 2002 and his J.D. from Widener University School of Law in 2005, where he was a member of Law Review and the Moot Court Honor Society.

Widener University School of Law

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