14 Sep Recent Publications On Free Speech And Best Practices
Posted at 14:33h in Criminal Defense, Litigation
This week I have two columns up elsewhere. At the Daily Journal, I wrote about the State of California’s constitutionally questionable decision to prevent an artist from showing a Civil War painting at the Big Fresno Fair on the dubious grounds that it violated a new statute prohibiting the state from displaying or selling the Confederate flag. At the Fault Lines criminal justice blog, I have a post explaining why civil and criminal clients should be very careful about what they say online, just as they should in the real world.
Ken White is a founding partner of Brown White & Osborn LLP. He focuses on criminal defense and civil litigation, and particularly on white collar crime and First Amendment issues. He is a contributor to the Brown White & Osborn LLP blog.
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