Cafardi Ferguson + Wyrick Announces Merger with Goldblum Sablowsky, LLC

Effective January 1, 2024, Cafardi Ferguson + Wyrick (CF+W) is excited to announce its merger with the law practice of Goldblum Sablowsky, LLC, allowing both firms to better serve their clients by offering a much broader range of legal services. Goldblum Sablowsky, which includes its founders, Philip Goldblum, Esq. and Steven Sablowsky, Esq., concentrates its practice on business succession, tax … Read More

John Rushford Elected to PBA

Carfardi Ferguson Wyrick & Weis is pleased to announce that John Rushford has been elected to the Council of  Pennsylvania Bar Association Education Law Section.


We at Cafardi Ferguson Wyrick + Weis have been prepared for this type of crisis for years. While our physical offices are closed as a result of the Order issued by Gov. Wolf, our lawyers continue to work without interruption, with full computer access and staff coordination. From our founding, we intentionally set up our business so that all of … Read More

Guidance on New Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Update: 3/30/2020 The U.S. Department of Labor and Industry has posted additional questions and answers regarding implementation of certain provisions of the Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The questions and answers can be found at This information includes the following answer, which is very important for many of our clients: 57. Who is an emergency responder? ANSWER: For … Read More


UPDATE: PA Governor Orders All Non-Life Sustaining Businesses To Close We Stand Ready The lawyers of Cafardi Ferguson Wyrick + Weis stand ready to assist local governments and businesses with all of their legal needs related to the Coronavirus outbreak. We have expertise in local government labor and employment law and business operations, and we also have county and municipal … Read More

When Local Government and the PUC Intersect

Understanding the Impact of the Commission’s Regulatory Authority If your township finds itself in the middle of a utility-related hearing, rate case, or complaint, you will need to understand the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission’s powers, rules, and regulations to successfully navigate what could be a rather complicated proceeding.  Experienced legal counsel, consultants, or accountants may be critical as well. By … Read More