Warshawsky Law Firm Files More Religious Exemption Lawsuits

At the Warshawsky Law Firm, we are committed to representing employees whose requests for religious and medical exemptions to COVID-19 vaccination mandates have been denied. Despite some recent loosening of the strict vaccination requirements for certain public and private sector employees, much work remains to be done to vindicate the rights of employees who lost
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Warshawsky Law Firm Files Religious Exemption Lawsuits

At The Warshawsky Law Firm we are firmly committed to fighting back against unjust and dangerous COVID-19 “vaccine” mandates. While other law firms are challenging the mandates on constitutional and statutory grounds – efforts we applaud and support – our focus is representing workers who seek religious and/or medical exemptions to the covid vaccine. We
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Warshawsky Law Firm Statement on COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

The COVID-19 vaccine mandates currently being issued by federal, state, and local governments, as well as private businesses, represent the greatest act of domestic tyranny in our lifetimes. The Warshawsky Law Firm stands with all freedom-loving Americans who will not kowtow to authority and are prepared to fight for their rights. Our position is that
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Warshawsky Law Firm Statement On COVID-19

Since March 2020, when California, New York, and other states started issuing “stay at home” orders and mandating the closure of “nonessential” businesses and activities, the country has been in an unprecedented period of government-enforced “lockdown” to address the threat of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). COVID-19 is a deadly pathogen that can cause fatal illness,
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Steven M. Warshawsky Argues Excessive Force Appeal Before 2nd Circuit

On Friday, March 13, the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit heard oral argument in the case of Thomas Girbes-Pierce v. City of New York, et al., an excessive force case involving the unlawful use of pepper spray by an NYPD officer. The Warshawsky Law Firm represents the plaintiff, who alleges that during a
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