We are proud to announce that Chief Counsel Joshua Prince of the Firearms Industry Consulting Group, a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., will be on NBC 10's @ Issue on Sunday at 11:30 AM discussing Pennsylvania's recent amendment to our firearm and ammunition preemption statute, known as Act 192. Shira Goodman from CeaseFirePA will … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: Chief Counsel Joshua Prince to be on NBC10’s @ Issue on Sunday!
As many of our viewers are aware, I have sent 6+ page letters to numerous (over 90) municipalities regarding their unlawful firearm ordinances and the looming effective date of Act 192. I am going to attempt to keep this blog article updated on the status of those municipal ordinances, where the municipality has taken or … Continue reading Municipalities Repealing Unlawful Ordinances
As many news agencies are reporting on Firearms Industry Consulting Group (FICG) Chief Counsel Joshua Prince's letter to the City of Harrisburg, we believe it is important that everyone be aware of some of the issues being overlooked by the reporting. As of this release, the reporting has failed to reflect that any such ordinance … Continue reading Press Release: Pending Litigation Against Municipalities That Violate Section 6120
Today, Firearms Industry Consulting Group (FICG)®, a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., filed a letter in support of the Borough of Doylestown rescinding its illegal firearm ordinances on behalf of American Gun Owners Alliance (AMGOA), Concerned Gun Owners of PA (CGOPA), Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC), Pennsylvanians For Self Protection (PA4SP) and several Borough residents. … Continue reading FICG Files Letter with Borough of Doylestown to Rescind Its Unlawful Firearm Ordinances
As many are aware, yesterday, Senator Daylin Leach, Senator Vincent J. Hughes, Senator Lawrence M. Farnese, Representative Cherelle L. Parker, Representative Edward C. Gainey, the City of Philadelphia, the City of Pittsburgh, and the City of Lancaster filed suit in the Commonwealth Court against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Speaker of the House Samuel H. Smith, … Continue reading HB 80 Litigation – Dechert, LLP Representing the Cities Pro-Bono?
Yesterday, Governor Corbett signed HB 80, which amended 18 Pa.C.S. § 6120, our firearm preemption statute, in several keys ways. Section (A.2) now provides: A person adversely affected by an ordinance, a resolution, regulation, rule, practice or any other action promulgated or enforced by a county, municipality or township prohibited under subsection (a) or 53 … Continue reading HB 80 Signed by Governor Corbett