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Tom Julin

Tom Julin is a partner at Gunster Yoakley & Stewart and has litigated free speech issues of almost every...

Dana McElroy

Dana is a partner in Thomas & LoCicero’s Fort Lauderdale office. She practices at the trial and appellate levels,...

Richard Ovelmen

For more than 30 years, Richard J. Ovelmen has practiced constitutional, land-use, local government, media, class action, and intellectual...

Howard Wasserman

Howard M. Wasserman joined the Florida International University College of Law faculty in 2003. Professor Wasserman teaches civil procedure,...

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Barbara Leach

Barbara J. Leach is the managing attorney of Barbara Leach Law, PL. She practices family law, consumer bankruptcy, and...

In this episode of The Florida Bar Podcast from the 2017 Annual Florida Bar Convention, host Barbara Leach talks to Tom Julin, Dana McElroy, Rick Ovelmen, and Howard Wasserman about the First Amendment, including a couple relevant cases and the potential impact of the Trump administration.

Barbara Leach is the managing attorney of Barbara Leach Law, PL. She practices family law, consumer bankruptcy, and civil litigation.

Tom Julin is a partner at Gunster Yoakley & Stewart and has litigated free speech issues of almost every type in Florida and around the country.

Dana McElroy is a partner in Thomas & LoCicero’s Fort Lauderdale office. She practices at the trial and appellate levels, handling a wide range of matters involving media and communications law.

For more than 30 years, Richard J. Ovelmen has practiced constitutional, land-use, local government, media, class action, and intellectual property law.

Professor Howard Wasserman teaches civil procedure, evidence, federal courts, civil rights, and First Amendment at Florida International University.


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Published: June 26, 2017
Podcast: The Florida Bar Podcast
Category: Legal News
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