Blooms & More Festival, Cornwall Manor

Reilly Wolfson was proud to once again sponsor Cornwall Manor’s Blooms & More Festival on Saturday, May 5, 2018.  Attorneys Tim Sheffey and Colleen Gallo represented Reilly Wolfson at this wonderful event.  A good time was had by all who attended.

State Takes Steps to Protect Confidential Information by Corey M. Lamoureux, Esquire

Pennsylvania recently enacted a new policy protecting confidential information and documents that are filed with all courts within the Commonwealth. The new policy took effect on January 8, 2018. All documents now filed with District Magistrates, Court of Common Pleas, Commonwealth Court, Superior Court, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court must be accompanied with specific forms thatRead more

PFAs and Firearms by Andrew J. Race, Esquire

Generally, a Defendant in a Protection From Abuse (“PFA”) action is ordered to relinquish their firearms to the sheriff or a third party pursuant to a temporary order or entry of a final PFA Order, except for cause shown at hearing. However, the Judge has discretion. Under the proposed new language, relinquishing any firearms wouldRead more

Reilly Wolfson Names New Partner

Reilly Wolfson is pleased to announce that Corey M. Lamoureux has been named a partner of the firm. Mr. Lamoureux joined the firm in 2011 and concentrates his practice in Family Law, Municipal Law, Civil Litigation and Criminal Defense.  Mr. Lamoureux is admitted to practice in all counties in Pennsylvania; and in 2012, was admitted to practice in theRead more

Expanded Use of Police Body Cameras by Michelle R. Calvert, Esquire

On July 7, 2017 Pennsylvania Act 22 of 2017 was signed into law. This law, which became effective on September 5, 2017, changes the treatment of police body camera recordings under Pennsylvania’s Wiretap Act. Whereas prior to the law’s enactment, police were not permitted to make such recordings inside citizens’ homes and were only permittedRead more