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…
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
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
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?