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Philip Wolf, founding partner of Wolf & Brown, retires


An announcement from Michael J. Brown, attorney and partner: The Wolf & Brown team wishes our founding partner, Philip Wolf a very happy retirement. Phil has dedicated more than 40 years to passionately serving his clients and making a long-lasting positive impact on many lives. We thank Phil for his leadership and dedication.

How COVID-19 Affects People With Disabilitiies


The current pandemic has put a focus on previously established and recognized inequalities in society. However, while COVID-19 is extremely complex and affects almost everyone in the country, it is simultaneously is having a greater impact, and in more specific ways, for those individuals with disabilities. According to an article published by Forbes, those who…

Important Update Regarding the Coronavirus Outbreak and Wolf & Brown Law Offices


UPDATE APRIL 6, 2020: WOLF & BROWN IS WORKING FOR YOU: We are actively serving our clients and welcoming new clients from our home offices while monitoring updates from the NJ Governor’s Office. Wolf & Brown is closely monitoring developments and state requirements relevant to the coronavirus outbreak. We are taking all the necessary steps to…

Defense Department Places Medical Personnel on Alert at Field Hospitals


In order to aid public health agencies during the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S Department of Defense has placed hundreds of medical personnel on alert and ordered the deployment of two hospital ships. According to an article published by MilitaryTimes.com, “In addition to sending the USNS Mercy and Comfort to pandemic hotspots, active-duty troops could help staff…

Military Health Care Reforms Raise Concern


Air Force Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Dorothy Hogg has stated that ongoing efforts to improve and transform the military health care system are becoming extremely complicated and difficult. Hogg continued by saying that the Defense Health Agency (DHA) is not ready for this transformation. According to an article published by the MilitaryTimes.com, “The Defense Department…

Gold Star Families May Get Free Entry Into National Parks


A proposal from two Maine lawmakers may allow Gold Star Families (families of people who died during military service) free access to national parks. According to an article published by MilitaryTimes.com, “Democratic Rep. Jared Golden and independent Sen. Angus King said their proposal would honor Gold Star Families with free entrance to the National Park Service’s locations and…

Veterans Affairs Deputy Secretary Fired


Earlier this week, Veterans Affairs (VA) deputy secretary James Byrne was abruptly fired after serving less than five months in his position. According to an article published in MilitaryTimes.com, “Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie abruptly fired the second-highest department official on Monday, saying he had lost confidence in his ability to perform the job. [In] a two-sentence statement announcing the…

Wolf & Brown VA Attorney Matthew Brown Admitted to Practice Before the US Court of Appeals


Wolf & Brown Law Offices is proud to announce that VA attorney Matthew J. Brown, Esq. was admitted to practice before the US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. Matthew has also been accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to prepare, present, and prosecute veteran’s claims and appeals. His practice focuses solely on claims and…