Huffington Post

Michael Harless Press Coverage

We wanted to share with you one of our proudest moments — being the object of a hit piece by the Huffington Post. We are certain you will enjoy this thoughtful analysis of all the issues.

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Bill Olson Interviewed on Conservative Roundtable TV Show on Health Freedom Issues

Michael Harless Appearances, Health Law, Press Coverage

Bill Olson was a guest on Conservative Roundtable’s Television show to discuss health freedom issues. Among the matters discussed was the Daniel Chapter One case, where our firm is assisting in the defense of a health-related ministry promoting herbal and alternative medical products from an attack by the FTC. Information about the FTC attack on this ministry.

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Herb Titus Quoted in Article about Electoral College

Michael Harless Press Coverage

Today, in the lead story in World Net Daily, Herb Titus discussed the constitutional obligation of the Electoral College to determine whether a candidate is constitutionally-eligible to be President, there being concerns raised as to whether Barak Obama is a “natural born Citizen.”

Article II, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution states:  “No Person except a natural born Citizen, Read More

Ramos/Compean Amicus Brief Highlighted by Lou Dobbs

Michael Harless Press Coverage

The amicus curiae brief which we filed for Congressman Walter Jones, Congressman Virgil Goode, Congressman Ted Poe, Gun Owners Foundation, and U.S. Border Control Foundation was featured in a report on the Ramos and Compean case on the Lou Dobbs Show on CNN today. View this segment below.


AP Article Discusses Firm’s 10th Circuit (Wyoming) Amicus Brief Filed for GOF

Michael Harless Press Coverage

An Associated Press article discussed the case now pending in the 10th Circuit in which we filed an amicus brief for Gun Owners’ Foundation on behalf of the State of Wyoming.  Herb Titus of our firm was interviewed for the article, and quoted as saying “the Wyoming case is significant because the issue of whether restoration of gun rights is defined by federal regulations or state law Read More

Former Firm Attorney Becomes Federal Magistrate Judge

Michael Harless Press Coverage

Former firm attorney, Honorable James E. Gates, has been appointed to serve as a federal magistrate judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Appointed for an eight-year term, Judge Gates will handle a wide range of civil and criminal matters, including misdemeanor trials, preliminary hearings and pretrial criminal motions.

Judge Gates had previously worked for Read More