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VSRF call this week: COVID Litigation Conference Recap
With civil rights attorneys Tricia Lindsay and Warner Mendenhall. You don't want to miss it.
VSRF Weekly Update
Thursday, April 13
7pm Eastern | 4pm Pacific
This Thursday on the VSRF Weekly Update, co-host Livio Sanchez and I welcome Civil Rights Attorney Tricia Lindsay and leading Covid litigator Warner Mendenhall who partnered with VSRF to host the Covid Litigation Conference.
The successful litigation conference itself was extremely well received. Hundreds of lawyers convened to share information and network about how to build cases out of the myriad of unfortunate Covid policies that have harmed our entire nation. But, one of the biggest victories was this Politico article. Why?
This is the first article in my recollection in which corporate media acknowledges the legitimacy of our movement and what we are doing: working through litigation to change institutional behavior to prevent future enforcement of human-rights stripping policy. A key quote was from the “expert” that the reporter used to criticize our conference. While Wendy Parmet, faculty co-director of the Center for Health Policy & Law at Northeastern University speculated that these would not be easy cases to win, she also admitted,...
“...even if most don’t succeed, they will have an impact. “It creates some second thoughts” among those getting sued, Parmet said. “Combined with this political climate that in much of the country is so hostile to health interventions, the fear is that health officials will be wary of doing things that may be necessary to protect the public health.”
This was and remains precisely our goal which is to use civil litigation to impact institutional and state policies on mandates, vaccines, lockdowns, basically our entire bucket of health freedom issues. Our conference has succeeded and further shapes our decision at the VSRF to connect the many disparate communities formed to resist the Covid-19 vaccines into a multi-layered self-supporting movement of actionable awareness, reform, and healing.
Please join us this Thursday and bring a friend.
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