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Thomas & LoCicero’s Mark Caramanica named to Advisory Council for the University of Florida’s Department of Journalism

Advisory Council members comprise a broad range of media professionals who work with and advise faculty and students on current issues within the media environment.
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Susan Tillotson Bunch Earns CIPP/US Designation

Thomas & LoCicero PL is pleased to announce that Susan Tillotson Bunch, a partner and attorney practicing full-time in its Tampa office, has been designated as a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States, “CIPP/US”, by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, “IAPP”.
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Three Thomas & LoCicero attorneys named to Florida Trend Legal Elite

Gregg Thomas, Jim McGuire and Jim Lake were named to the 2017 Legal Elite, an honor given by Florida Trend magazine.
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Thomas & LoCicero Attorneys named as 2017 Florida Super Lawyers

Two-thirds of Thomas & LoCicero’s attorneys have been named “2017 Florida Super Lawyers” by legal publisher Thomson Reuters.
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Does the First Amendment Protect ‘Hate Speech’?

Hate speech is still protected speech, Jim Lake says in an interview with the Alive Tampa Bay website.
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Fake News vs. Real News – and how to tell the difference

Join the Tampa Bay Times, Politifact and WFTS who will talk about what you can do to identify where a story comes from, and what’s behind it.
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Another Win for Thomas & LoCicero for WPTV

On Wednesday afternoon a judge heard arguments on whether to make public the interview Austin Harrouff gave to the Dr. Phil Show.
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Jim Lake comments on Madonna's statement during historic Women's March

It’s certainly in bad taste, but I’d also say that it’s not something that any prosecutor could successfully go after Madonna for.
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Tampa Bay Times columnist commends Carol Locicero's effort to give back to her community

"She will be the first to tell you, though, that there are a lot of good people in our town — and a lot of them are lawyers."
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Politico cites Carol Locicero in embattled Bill to force websites to shutdown that defy expungement law

Everything in that subsection offends the First Amendment of the United States Constitution
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Florida Bar Journal Credits Mark Caramanica and Carol LoCicero

Unlike many states, Florida's version does not contain any special burden shifting, burden of proof, motion to strike, or discovery provisions to help flesh out the details of SLAPP dismissals. Further, as noted, there have been limited opportunities for Florida courts to weigh in on the earlier narrow law.
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Rachel Fugate comments on released 911 recordings during Orlando nightclub siege

Schreiber ordered the release of the Orlando Pulse shooter audio recordings following dozens of media requests
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TLo publishes article concerning online ratings defamation claims

Review and rating websites are largely protected from liability under the Communications Decency Act.
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Jim McGuire Comments on Policy Governing City Workers Who Speak To The Media

The reality is they don't want people to say anything against the picture they're trying to paint.
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Latest Updates: TLo Represents News Media Seeking Access to 911 Calls from Mass Shooting At Orlando Pulse Club

In the aftermath of the horrific mass shooting at the Pulse club in Orlando, questions are swirling about the shooter, his motivations, and the 911 calls during the attack.
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Carol LoCicero Talks About End 68 Hours of Hunger

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US District Judge Remands Pulse Shooting Case to State Court

The case is remanded to the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit.
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TLo Announces Membership in NAMWOLF

The National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms
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Allison Simpson Joins Tampa Office As Associate

TLo's Latest Addition to the Firm
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County Clerk's Offices in Florida Transition to Posting Documents Online

Clerk's offices in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Hernando and Pasco are at different stages of pushing records to the Web after the Florida Supreme Court ruled in 2014 that documents can be released electronically.
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