Unemployment Eligibility and COVID/Coronavirus Concerns

We just got notice that the Pennsylvania Unemployment Office is resuming hearings for unemployment claim challenges. For the moment, all unemployment hearings will be conducted with all parties appearing by telephone. As is their standard practice, all unemployment hearings are audio recorded. We’ve had several questions about unemployment eligibility in the past few weeks. The … Continue reading Unemployment Eligibility and COVID/Coronavirus Concerns

Pennsylvania State Police Are Now Enforcing Governor Wolf’s Stay-At-Home Order

Police agencies are now taking steps to enforce the Governor and Department of Health’s “Stay Home” order. A woman in York county has now been cited for driving her car in violate of the “Stay Home” orders. It is therefore a good time to review what that order says: The Governor has ordered: All individuals … Continue reading Pennsylvania State Police Are Now Enforcing Governor Wolf’s Stay-At-Home Order

Another Pro-4th Amendment Decision from the PA Supreme Court!

Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued its decision in Commonwealth v. Cost, 2020 WL 354975 (39 EAP 2018), which involved "whether a seizure has occurred during a police-citizen encounter [as a result] of an officer’s retention of an individual’s identification card. The question distills to whether a reasonable person would feel free to ignore the … Continue reading Another Pro-4th Amendment Decision from the PA Supreme Court!

Why You Should Vote “NO” on the Proposed PA Constitutional Amendment – Marsy’s Law (HB 276) – in November

This November when you go to the polls or if you’ve requested an absentee ballot, you may see the following question: Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to grant certain rights to crime victims, including to be treated with fairness, respect and dignity; considering their safety in bail proceedings; timely notice and opportunity to take … Continue reading Why You Should Vote “NO” on the Proposed PA Constitutional Amendment – Marsy’s Law (HB 276) – in November

11th Annual Prince Law Offices, P.C. Community Meal – December 8, 2018!

Saturday, December 8, 2018, Prince Law Offices, P.C., will host its 11th annual Community Meal at its Reading office, located at 42 S. 5th St., Reading Pa. (the Community Meal will actually be held behind the office, off of Wood St.). Every year, between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Prince Law Offices hosts this community meal for … Continue reading 11th Annual Prince Law Offices, P.C. Community Meal – December 8, 2018!

10th Annual Prince Law Offices, P.C. Community Meal!

Saturday, December 9, 2017, Prince Law Offices, P.C., will host its 10th annual Community Meal at its Reading office, located at 42 S. 5th St., Reading Pa. (the Community Meal will actually be held behind the office, off of Wood St.). Every year, between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Prince Law Offices hosts this community meal for … Continue reading 10th Annual Prince Law Offices, P.C. Community Meal!

Major Pennsylvania Firearm Cases of 2016

As the year is coming to a close, I thought it important to document some of the monumental court decisions that Firearms Industry Consulting Group® (FICG®), a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., obtained in 2016, as well as, some other cases of importance. We were successful in a monumental case of first impression in … Continue reading Major Pennsylvania Firearm Cases of 2016

9th Annual Prince Law Offices, P.C. Community Meal!

Tomorrow, December 10, 2016, Prince Law Offices, P.C., will host its 9th annual Community Meal at its Reading office, located at 42 S. 5th St., Reading Pa. (the Community Meal will actually be held behind the office, off of Wood St.). Every year, between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Prince Law Offices hosts this community meal for … Continue reading 9th Annual Prince Law Offices, P.C. Community Meal!

New Regulations for Explosives/Pyrotechnics Industries (Part 2)

  09/19/2016 OSHA is currently accepting comments for proposed rulemaking. The proposal is for new Process Safety Management rules for the Explosives and Pyrotechnics Industries and comments will be accepted until September 23rd! You might ask, “What is ‘Process Safety Management’?”  That is a great question answered in Part 1 of this post click HERE … Continue reading New Regulations for Explosives/Pyrotechnics Industries (Part 2)

OSHA Inspector’s Warrant Request DENIED

09/02/2016 One of the most common questions asked about OSHA Inspections is, “Do I have to let them in my business?” My short answer has always been – No you do not, but it is often advisable that you do so. It is within your rights as a business owner to require that OSHA inspectors … Continue reading OSHA Inspector’s Warrant Request DENIED