About Sarah L. Doyle

Ms. Doyle is a member of the firm’s Business, Municipal, and Agricultural Industry Groups, with a focus on employment and litigation matters.

Raised on her family’s farm in Red Lion, Pennsylvania, Ms. Doyle received a B.S. in Animal Sciences from The Pennsylvania State University. She then earned her Juris Doctorate from The Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law, where she held office as President of the Agricultural Law Society and was a member and coach of Penn State Law’s Environmental Law Moot Court Team.

At Stock and Leader, Ms. Doyle represents both private and local government clients on an array of overall governance issues and day-to-day operational matters, such as creating and implementing policies and internal operating procedures, advising on personnel matters including discipline and termination issues, counseling on risk management in the workplace, and providing guidance and advocacy during litigation and pre-litigation. She regularly speaks on current Human Resources topics, including the employer perspective on Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana legislation, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), discrimination in the workplace, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and other employment and labor issues. Additionally, she has represented clients in business, real estate, zoning and land use, municipal, and employment litigation matters at the Court of Common Pleas, Superior Court, Commonwealth Court, the U.S. District Court in the Middle District of Pennsylvania, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, as well as the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission and Environmental Hearing Board.

Ms. Doyle serves on the Board of the York Farm and Natural Lands Trust and York Central Market, and maintains memberships with the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau and Penn State Stockmen’s Club. Ms. Doyle also enjoys her membership on the Penn State York Advisory Board, Penn State York Women’s Philanthropic Network, and coaching Mock Trial at York Catholic High School.

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