I frequently see complaints from pet owners whose animals suffered harm while at a groomer, kennel, or pet/sitting/boarding service. Naturally, these people want compensation for the costs of getting their pet's injuries treated, and their first reaction is to sue..
A client now has his LTC being renewed after it was denied by the town, based on the specious EOPSS dictat from a year ago.
Happy to report another satisfied client, who - after 3.5 months - finally met with his chief and now has his RI Pistol Permit. This is his first permit.
State of NY v. Wassell; Supreme Court, Appellate Div. No. KA 18-01593 (4/26/19) In a case alleging unlawful possession and sale of “assault weapons” prosecuted directly by the state Attorney General, the court found the AG had no jurisdiction in the action:
The Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects a lawsuit against Armslist, and upholds the First Amendment in the process…
The Federal District Court for the Southern District of CA has permanently enjoined the State of California from enforcing its confiscatory "Large Capacity Magazine" ban. The decision is Duncan v. Becerra, a lawsuit brought by the NRA and California Rifle & Pistol Association. It is detailed by David Kopel in Reason Magazine here
Exhortation to create a doctor's "duty to discuss" firearms with patients is inappropriate and unwarranted. Doctors are not qualified to discuss such choices, and the idea that they should is an attempt to politicize the doctor-patient relationship…
Today's Mass. Lawyers Weekly covered the case in detail. A businessman applied for an unrestricted LTC and was issued one restricted to "Target & Hunting." That being useless for his need, he wrote - as directed to when he applied - for a lifting of the restriction..