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Why litigation is our best path forward
I am proud to announce Covid Litigation Conference II, Las Vegas, March 7-8, 2024
Just last week, the Biden Administration sued two companies for refusing to grant religious exemptions for the Covid-19 jab, meanwhile, the same administration is still defending the mandates in other cases. This is huge and we need to increase the number of Covid lawsuits wherever we can.
In September 2022 at a VSRF Retreat, our team realized that for the near-term, the solutions to the various health and freedom crises of the Covid policies would come through litigation and not politics. Which is why VSRF organized the first Covid Litigation Conference last March in Atlanta.
The first Covid Litigation Conference was a great success. Even according to the Corporate Media, which covered it extensively.
“Events like this conference are an alarming development. ‘This isn’t trivial,’ said Lawrence Gostin, director of Georgetown Law’s O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law. ‘They will have an impact." - Politico
In late March, I watched as some 300 lawyers, doctors, and activists assembled in the aggressively beige conference wing of the Midtown Atlanta Hilton for the inaugural Covid Litigation Conference … Medical freedom activists have already started enjoying some successes in front of conservative judges. At the local level, several have sided with plaintiffs who’ve sued hospitals for refusing to give patients ivermectin. - Mother Jones
Attorney Pete Serano traveled from Washington State, where he represents three doctors accused of spreading false statements about COVID-19 … ‘There are people who are tremendously intellectually talented and gifted in so many ways who are using those talents to fight for your rights, to fight for my rights,’ said Serano. -NPR
Since CLC I, attorneys across the country have succeeded beyond our wildest expectations in:
and even restoring the jobs, with backpay and interest, of teachers, police, and firefighters dismissed over the mandates (in deep blue states like New York and Rhode Island)!
Covid related litigation is therefore our most viable path forward for the time being.
We have so much more work to do and with that in mind, I am proud to announce Covid Litigation Conference II, March 7-8, 2024 at the Horseshoe Hotel in Las Vegas.
The second Covid Litigation Conference in Las Vegas is a continuation of the successful first Covid Litigation Conference held in Atlanta in March of 2023. The CLC has become the premier legal event where experienced lawyers in the Covid space come together to share, educate, and connect with attorneys new to this field. Through keynotes, panels, and networking events, CLC is building a legion of attorneys who are ready and able to step into a field of litigation that Rolling Stone magazine acknowledges will be “bigger than Asbestos and Big Tobacco combined.”
We have assembled a dynamic Steering Committee of lawyers from all across the country to curate the program and as usual with VSRF | Defeat the Mandates events, CLC II will be high-impact, productive, and joyful. Everyone in our movement could use a little more joy in their lives.
From the VSRF Team…
In the upcoming months, stay tuned for announcements about our speakers, panels, and keynotes. We are thrilled to introduce our early bird pricing for CLC II, which is strategically set slightly higher than CLC I but still falls within the affordable range for litigation conferences, backed by comprehensive research. Alongside this, we are pleased to offer special early bird rates for hotel rooms in Las Vegas, making your stay even more economical than the previous event in Atlanta. It's important to note that these prices are exclusive early bird offers available for a limited time.
In addition, Las Vegas provides a unique and vibrant backdrop for our event, enhancing the overall experience for attendees. Furthermore, we are excited to announce the availability of limited scholarship opportunities at the beginning of 2024, ensuring inclusivity and accessibility for legal professionals who wish to participate. With these scholarships and our exceptionally reasonable hotel room rates, which are even lower than those in Atlanta, we anticipate that the overall expenses for CLC II will closely align with CLC I.
We encourage you to seize this incredible opportunity and share it with your fellow attorneys. If your company offers goods and services to legal professionals, we invite you to explore potential sponsorship opportunities by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Join us for CLC II and be part of a transformative legal conference experience!