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Judge Rules Release of Additional Video Recordings in Parkland Mass Shooting

After ordering the release of video from exterior cameras captured during the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Judge Jeffrey Levenson has now ruled in favor of release of additional videos.
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TLo Partners Serve as Panelists for Technology, Media & Privacy Law Conference

Two partners with Thomas & LoCicero will be serving as panelists in an upcoming conference this Friday, April 20th in Gainesville, FL.
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What the First Amendment protects - and what it doesn't

Over the last couple of years, people have again found their voices and taken to the streets to protest...what exactly does the First Amendment protect and permit?
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What's Gone Wrong with Social Media & What Can We Do About It?

Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy published an article advocating for transparency by social media platforms.
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Judge Orders Release of Exterior Video Recordings in Parkland Mass School Shooting

Video exterior cameras captured during last month’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland must be made public, Florida Circuit Judge Jeffrey R. Levenson has concluded.
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Good Cause Petition Filed to Obtain Access to Exterior Video Recordings in Parkland School Shooting

A legal team from Thomas & LoCicero law firm filed a good cause petition this morning to obtain access to video recordings taken by exterior cameras at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
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Copyright claims dismissed against university on immunity grounds

The University of South Florida has prevailed on a motion to dismiss a copyright infringement case involving the Affordable Care Act.
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Jon Philipson Joins Thomas & LoCicero

Thomas & LoCicero is excited to welcome to the firm Jon Philipson, a former federal law clerk and former editor in chief of the Florida Law Review.
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Carol LoCicero honored as Lightning Community Hero

Already well known as a skilled lawyer and champion of First Amendment rights and open government, Carol LoCicero now has another honor: community hero.
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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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