LMWF Partner Kevin Burke discusses freedom of speech in guest column
In his column, Mr. Burke discusses how hate speech is typically protected under the Constitution, unless it considered threatening or "fighting words." Mr. Burke specifically cites the controversy involvingTown of Evans resident Scott Boyler, who was arrested after allegedly posting offensive comments about police on the Internet.
To read Mr. Burke's guest column in its entirety, click here.
Mr. Burke is a partner in Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman's Litigation and Dispute Resolution and Labor and Employment practice groups.