In a shocking change of course - likely because it was in violation of the Administrative Procedures Act and former Attorney General Session's memorandum entitled Prohibition on Improper Guidance Documents - the ATF appears to be withdrawing its notice and request for comment on Objective Factors for Classifying Stabilizer Braces. The notice, which will likely … Continue reading ATF Withdrawals Notice and Request for Comment Regarding Objective Factors for Classifying Weapons with Stabilizing Braces
Celebrating the ATF’s Decision Regarding SS109/M855 Ammunition? NOT SO FAST…
While many organizations are celebrating the putative victory in relation to the ATF's announcement of earlier today that it would "not at this time seek to issue a final framework", Firearms Industry Consulting Group (FICG), a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., would caution our viewers and the Firearms Industry that ATF can likely, at … Continue reading Celebrating the ATF’s Decision Regarding SS109/M855 Ammunition? NOT SO FAST…
At-Will Eviction Term in a Residential Lease for One-Year Term
A residential lease is usually for a term of one year. There are other terms, like month-to-month leases, or six-month terms, or even a term for over a year. Usually, the terms between the landlord and tenant are memorialized in a contract, called a lease. The lease is a mixture of several areas of law. … Continue reading At-Will Eviction Term in a Residential Lease for One-Year Term
Consumer Protection: Beware of New Credit Card Surcharges – Contact Us Immediately If Improperly Charged
By Matthew T. Hovey, Esquire Buyers beware! As of January 27, 2013, retailers in Pennsylvania can now charge customers a surcharge of 4% of all purchases paid for with most credit cards, including Visa and Mastercard. This change is the result of a legal settlement in anti-trust case between retailers and credit card companies which … Continue reading Consumer Protection: Beware of New Credit Card Surcharges – Contact Us Immediately If Improperly Charged
Series on Adoptions: What Happens If I Honestly Do Not Know Who the Father Is?
By Matthew T. Hovey, Esquire In honor of National Adoption Month (November), I launched last month a ten part series on Adoptions in Pennsylvania. The seventh piece in this series focuses on the question: what happens if I honestly do not know who the father is? If you are interested in an adoption, I encourage … Continue reading Series on Adoptions: What Happens If I Honestly Do Not Know Who the Father Is?