Who should decide truth or falsity in a democracy. Case in which FSSP is lead counsel for Plaintiff, COAST v. Ohio Elections Commission is featured in the New York Times today. Great work by our constitutional law attorney Chris Finney.
This past week held a major development in the landmark case of COAST Candidates PAC v. Ohio Elections Commission, to some known as the “Tweets” case. FSSP represents COAST in this important case. Specifically, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine filed a brief pointing out the infirmities of Ohio’s false claims statute.
Location: Hyde Park Country Club 3740 Erie Ave. Cincinnati OH 45208
RSVP: Peggy Gruenke firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-533-2732
COST $25 includes CLE (1hr Ethics) and Lunch
Topic: Don’t Tweet That: How to be Ethical in a Social Media World
Presented by: Arpil Besl, Esq. Dinsmore & Shohl (more…)
Tags: April Besl, CLE, continuing education, Eastside Lawyers, Ethics, Peggy Gruenke, Social Media
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