In case you've not been following recent occurrences surrounding Diversified Machine, here is what we know. In late 2020 and early 2021, ATF raided Diversified Machine, a company selling solvent traps and other items commonly used to manufacture Form 1 silencers, and seized their website. The week after Christmas 2021, ATF mailed this single-page Warning … Continue reading Purchased From Diversified Machine and Received a Warning Notice?
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PaPUC) announced the assignment of 835 as a new area code which will eventually serve the same geographic area in southeastern Pennsylvania currently served by the 610 and 484 area codes. The Commission voted 3-0 on December 2, 2021, to approve a petition filed by the North American Numbering Plan Administrator … Continue reading New ‘835’ Area Code Assigned to Parts of Southeast PA
We're currently hiring competent, pro-rights attorneys, licensed in Pennsylvania, to handle civil matters involving all constitutional rights and protections, including litigation involving COVID (masks, vaccines, unconstitutional orders, and challenges to rulemaking) and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. If you are licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and have a minimum of three years … Continue reading We’re Hiring Competent, Pro-Rights Attorneys!
The Court ultimately found that the Masking Order was void ab initio, meaning it was void from the start and had no legal effect.
On Saturday, November 6, 2021, from 10am – 2pm, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince of Firearms Industry Consulting Group® (FICG®), a division of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., and Attorneys Eric Winter and Dillon Harris in conjunction with Lodestone Training and Consulting, will offer a four (4) hour seminar on state and federal firearms law at … Continue reading PA Firearms Law seminar – November 6, 2021 With Lodestone Training and Consulting
It's been about a year since I wrote here about my limited license to practice law, the principle of diploma privilege, and the process of becoming licensed as an attorney in Pennsylvania (and to a lesser extent, Maryland) during the pandemic. Now, I am pleased to announce that in the last two weeks, I have … Continue reading NEWLY ADMITTED TO PRACTICE IN TWO FEDERAL DISTRICT COURTS, WITH MORE TO COME
For those of you reading this blog for school masking updates, there’s likely going to be more information tomorrow. For today, I’ve been working on posting information about hunting privileges for a long time and wanted to get this article up. Here are the key takeaways from this article: Your hunting privileges can be … Continue reading Advice to Hunters- 2021 Edition
Over the past three days, 4 distinct approaches have formed to addressing the school masking orders. I encourage you to consider these and choose the best approach(es) for your children. Send in an ‘Exception” Note PennRidge School District in Bucks County proposed something yesterday that I hadn’t originally thought was viable. https://www.buckscountycouriertimes.com/story/news/2021/09/03/pennridge-emails-exemption-forms-before-wolfs-mask-mandate-takes-effect/5711461001/ The District is … Continue reading Four Approaches to the Current School Masking Order
I've spent the last couple days hearing from a lot of parents and school officials about the new Department of Health Order. I know that they have a number of things in the works. I was so pleased today to see this article about the Hamburg School District in Berks County: https://www.wfmz.com/news/area/berks/hamburg-superintendent-i-dont-know-what-to-do-about-school-mask-mandate/article_063778fe-0c7e-11ec-9dde-9b6d8a379c2e.html Hamburg School District … Continue reading Focus on the Positive
What if your employer mandates immunization and you have an adverse reaction? By Karl Voigt As the workforce starts to return to (the new) normal, some employers are mandating a COVID-19 vaccination. While the vast majority of the vaccinated have mild or no reaction to vaccination, some recipients do indeed have adverse reactions. What happens … Continue reading COVID-19 and Workers’ Compensation – Sole Remedy?