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"Alexa - Don't Record Me!" -- Lawsuit Claims Amazon Violated Privacy Laws

TLo attorney Jon M. Philipson is interviewed by WTSP Reporter Katie McCall regarding privacy law and the recent Amazon lawsuit.
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TLo Attorney Jon Philipson Discusses O.J. Simpson and Twitter

A reflection on First Amendment rights, free speech and how they relate to social media.
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Communication with Third Parties and Attorney-Client Privilege

Linda Norbut reflects upon a recent trademark infringement suit and the issue of attorney-client privilege.
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Non-Profits Ask Supreme Court to Decide What States Can - and Cannot - Copyright

Daniela Abratt reflects on the conflict between the First Amendment and a state’s ability to copyright the text of its laws.
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U.S. Supreme Court Issues Two Unanimous Decisions Interpreting The Copyright Act

Linda Norbut reflects upon how the Copyright Act will be impacted by two recent Supreme Court decisions.
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Thomas’ Views on New York Times v. Sullivan Undermine First Amendment

Daniela Abratt reflects upon how views recently shared by Supreme Court Justice Thomas may erode freedoms guaranteed in the First Amendment.
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No Copyright Love for the 'Carlton Dance'

Jon M. Philipson reflects upon a recent denial by the U.S. Copyright Office
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Attorney Comments on Florida Senate's Consideration of Significant New Legislation

The Legislature continues to consider new measures to close Florida's access to public records.
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TLo Partners Serve at ABA Forum on Communications Law

Five partners are participating in leadership roles at the 24th Annual ABA Forum.
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TLO Partner Named to Advisory Board

Privacy Law is the 15th specialty accredited by the American Bar Association and the International Association of Privacy Professionals is sanctioned by the ABA to handle this rigorous certification process.
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Partner Earns European Designation in Privacy

The CIPP/E is the global standard in privacy certification.
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State Code's Case Notes Not Protected by Copyright

James Lake and Daniela Abratt reflect upon a recent ruling regarding copyright protection.
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The Internet Bill of Rights

Thomas & LoCicero Partner Susan Tillotson Bunch offers a fresh, practical perspective on the newly conceived "Internet Bill of Rights."
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Partner Earns Privacy Law Specialist Certification from the American Bar Association

Susan Tillotson Bunch is among the inaugural class of newly approved Privacy Law Specialists among the American Bar Association's certification program.
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Partner Earns Third IAPP Designation

The CIPP, CIPM, and CIPT designations are the most coveted privacy certifications available for data protection and information security professionals around the world.
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South Florida Citizen Achieves Second Supreme Court Victory

As a society that champions liberty, encouraging respectful and insightful discourse with our public officials is vital to protect our First Amendment values.
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Partner Earns CIPM Designation

Firm Leader in Data Privacy Receives Additional Designation
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#SaveStudentNewsrooms

Although independence is the ideal, financial difficulties are forcing some student papers around the country into making tough choices.
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Civil Rights Commission Violated Baker’s First Amendment Right to Freedom of Religion

A state commission that ordered a baker to prepare wedding cakes for gay couples violated the baker’s First Amendment right to freedom of religion, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled.
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"Revenge Porn" Law Ruled to be Unconstitutional

A Texas appeals court finds that a state statute is unconstitutional and extremely broad.
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