NFIB v. OSHA — Amicus Supporting Stay of Vaccine Mandate

Jeremiah Morgan Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Health Law, U. S. Supreme Court

Today, our firm filed an amicus brief in support applications of stay of the OSHA Vaccine Mandate and a petition for certiorari before judgment. Numerous parties sought court review and a stay of the OSHA Vaccine Mandate after it was issued on November 5, 2021. After the Sixth Circuit allowed the mandate to take effect, requests for stay were sought in the Supreme Court as well as petitions for Read More

Letter to Virginia Private and Public Colleges & Universities Demanding Revocation of Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement

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Today, on behalf of parents, students, and pro-freedom groups, we we delivered letters to the presidents and chairmen of Virginia’s private colleges which are requiring students to be fully vaccinated before they return to campus in the fall.  Our letter details both medical and legal arguments describing the dangers of mandating the COVID-19 vaccine.

Read the Word letter to public colleges and universities here.

Read the WordPerfect letter to public colleges and universities here.

Read the PDF letter to public colleges and universities here.

Read the Word letter to private colleges and universities here.

Read the WordPerfect letter to private colleges and universities here.

Read the PDF letter to private colleges and universities here.

CORRECTION.  The Section I.D. heading states “The VAERS System Now Shows Tremendous Death and Illness from the Disease.”  The word “Disease” should have been “Vaccines.”