This article is going to be a follow up on my previous article addressing the Limited Licensing scheme that has been implemented in PA. Here I will briefly discuss diploma privilege; what it is, how it has been implemented in a few other states, and recent developments in Pennsylvania. To explain what diploma privilege is … Continue reading Impact of COVID-19 on New Attorney Licensing Part 2: Diploma Privilege
On Wednesday, July 8th, the Philadelphia Gun Permit (GPU) will initiate its staged reopening for processing licenses to carry firearms ("LTCFs"), after having been shutdown since March due to COVID-19 concerns and restrictions. Starting on Wednesday, July 8th through July 15th, from 8:30am to 2pm, individuals can call 215-685-3661 or 215-685-3662 to schedule appointments for … Continue reading Philadelphia Gun Permit Unit Staged Reopening To Start This Week!
Although I was previously quoted in an article, FACT CHECK: Viral Image Claims It Is Illegal To Wear A Mask If You Have A Concealed Carry Permit In Pennsylvania, explaining that it is not illegal in Pennsylvania to wear a mask while conceal carrying a firearm, pursuant to a valid license to carry firearms, few … Continue reading It Is Not Illegal in Pennsylvania to Wear a Mask While Carrying a Firearm
My name is Dillon Harris and I am a 2020 Limited Licensee in Pennsylvania. Here is what that means.
This article was written by a 2020 graduate of Vermont Law School who is not yet licensed to practice law in the state of Pennsylvania and reviewed by Attorney Joshua Prince. The information below is presented for educational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. As I previously covered, the Governor's list … Continue reading Outdoor Shooting Ranges Can Officially Open in the Yellow Phase
This article was written by a 2020 graduate of Vermont Law School who is not yet licensed to practice law in the state of Pennsylvania and reviewed by Attorney Joshua Prince. The information below is presented for educational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. Under the original stay-at-home order, the Red … Continue reading How the Green Phase Guidance Affects Shooting Ranges
With many still stuck at home or only working limited hours at work due to COVID-19, this may be the perfect time to amend your gun trust, will, and other estate planning documents to ensure that they take into account the changes resulting from ATF-41F, situational changes in your life, and additional protections that we … Continue reading Now May Be The Time To Amend Your Gun Trust and Will!
UPDATE: A new order became effective May 29th moving some counties to the Green Phase and providing additional guidance to businesses in those counties. Click here for an article specifically addressing the Green Phase. This article was written by a 2020 graduate of Vermont Law School who is not yet licensed in the state of … Continue reading What does the Red-Yellow-Green Phase System Mean for Shooting Ranges?
May 11, 2020 will go down in history as the day the Governor Wolf lost control of the state. In a series of statements today, Governor Wolf called the counties seeking to reopen against his wishes “cowardly.” He stated that businesses who reopen against his wishes could face loss of licenses, certificates of occupancy and … Continue reading May 11, 2020 – The Day Governor Wolf Lost Control of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
An unprecedented time in Pennsylvania law will be occurring in the next few weeks. For the past six weeks, Pennsylvania has been under work restrictions which have led to record numbers of employees being laid off or furloughed. This has led to tremendous numbers of tenants who have not paid rent for April or May. … Continue reading Landlord-Tenant Eviction Process and Rights During the COVID-19 Pandemic