VAC2021 Family July 24: Your VACCINE LEGAL Questions: RFK's Children's Health Defense, AFLDs, Tyler & Bursch
Saturday, July 24, 2021
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM PDT
We strongly suggest you register ahead of time to avoid having to wait in line. All registration must be done on-line even at the event. You will need a unique email address for each new registration.
Can Santa Clara County force you to take the vaccine? Can your employer force you to take the vaccine? What if it’s an airline or a hospital? What about the public school? What happens when it gets FDA approval?
Two weeks ago a dear friend of mine died after taking the vac. He was 27. He felt compelled to take it because of a new job he’d gotten. How will you protect yourself and your family when your company insists on the vaccine?
Robert Tyler, Advocates for Faith and Freedom (the law firm representing Calvary)
Alix Mayer, Children's Health Defense
Amy Bohn, PERK, Protection of the Educational Rights of Kids
Jessica Barsotti, Barsotti Law, AFF & CHD
- How do you legally protect yourself and your family?
- Are you working at a job where they are insisting that you have to either get the vaccine or wear a mask?
- Where will a religious exemption work? Where can I get one?
- What do I need for a medical exemption? Where will it be accepted? Where can I get one?
- Do you have kids in a public or private school where they either want to force your kids to get the shot or to wear a mask (masks can cause bacterial infections)?
- Are you concerned your underage children will bend to peer pressure and get the shot without your consent?
- Are you and your spouse (or ex) at odds on whether your children should be injected? Who will the law side with?
- Is there anything you can do?
- Are you vax injured? Did a loved one die? Can you sue the county? Can you sue your job? Can you sue the person who gave you the shot?
- Who will represent me if I have to sue a company or the county or a school?
- We will also tell you how to get your Religious Exemption form.
Come hear from a panel of LEGAL experts on what steps you can take. With over 90 mins of Q&A time at the end.
NOTE WE WILL HAVE A BUSINESS FAIR. Contact Wayne@vacmail.org if you need a booth. First to contact Wayne will get the first spots.
LIVE AT THE VAC FAMILY NIGHT With an Extended Q&A
We are not sure if this event will be allowed to be streamed, as it will probably be banned by the standard carriers and we’ve not found a low cost alternative.
Robert Tyler, Advocates for Faith and Freedom and Tyler & Bursch
Robert Tyler has been instrumental in the furtherance of religious liberty and other constitutional liberties through the education of officials and the prosecution of numerous federal lawsuits. In 2005, he followed his passion and started Advocates for Faith & Freedom, a nonprofit law firm dedicated to the protection of constitutional liberties, with a focus on faith-based liberties founded in the Free Speech Clause and the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment. Robert was also named as one the Nation’s most influential lawyers in Lawdragon’s 500 Leading Lawyers in America. He has been featured in American Lawyer and The Daily Journal, two prominent trade magazines. On many occasions, Robert has been called on to comment and be interviewed by local, national, and international media outlets for various cases he has fought on a national level. He has been a featured television and radio guest on numerous national and international media programs.
Since passing the California Bar in 1995, Robert has practiced business, real estate, and constitutional law. Robert received a Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1995 and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from California State University, Fullerton, in 1990. Robert has spent the last twenty one years as the managing partner of a private law firm in Southern California, now known as Tyler & Bursch, LLP. Robert has also served as an adjunct professor for the University of Redlands where he taught business law for its MBA program.
Alix Mayer, Children’s Health Defense
Alix Mayer (pronounced: MY-er) serves Children’s Health Defense as a Board Member. She is President of the new California Chapter of Children’s Health Defense. In the 1990s, at the age of 29, she ran a worldwide research group at Apple until six vaccines physically disabled her and gave her brain-damage. While recovering, she became an award-winning blogger, publishing almost 900 articles, and worked as a health consultant. Alix grew up in the Oscar Mayer family. She is a graduate of Duke University (BA) and the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University (MBA.)
Amy Bohn, PERK
Amy Bohn is currently the Executive Director of PERK, Protection of the Educational Rights of Kids. PERK is a bi-partisan, non-profit that advocates for civil rights and freedoms, with particular focus on protecting children, including protecting their educational rights. PERK represents thousands of parents and children across the state. PERK meets with legislators, lawyers, schools, school boards, Board of Supervisors, Superintendents, and more, advocating on important issues impacting families and children. PERK is currently focused on Stopping the Vaccine Passport/Health Pass, getting the masks off our children, and educating people on their RIGHT TO REFUSE. As an activist leader, Amy speaks across the state on these issues encouraging people to protect their businesses, children, and families.
Amy has a degree in Psychology and is trained in multiple modalities to help people. She grew up in the beautiful state of Arkansas and has been married for 21 years to a 3rd generation Californian. They are raising three beautiful children in California. www.perk-group.com
Jessica Barsotti, Barsotti Law, CHD & AFF
Born and raised in Piedmont, CA, Jessica R. Barsotti is a third generation Bay Area Native. Her dedication to clients from her Oakland, CA office since 2000 demonstrates her experience and commitment to her roots here. Ms. Barsotti has been a trial lawyer for over 20 years and has successfully litigated police misconduct actions, contract disputes, real estate controversies, and business disputes. With a wealth of experience in Bay Area real estate and business, and decades of helping clients with litigation, civil rights, contract drafting, and estate planning needs, Ms. Barsotti has the knowledge, compassion and experience needed to address any legal issue in these fields.
BA, Environmental Studies and Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1996 Legal Internship Program Caracas, Venezuela 1998 Juris Doctorate, University of California, San Francisco Hastings College of Law, 2000, Public Interest Law Graduate
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