Big Law, Big Problems: The Bright Future For Small Firms - Forbes
The Supreme Court recently struck down a similar 35-foot buffer-zone law in Massachusetts, saying the way the law was structured violated the free speech rights of abortion opponents. Americans have the freedom to talk to whomever they please on public sidewalks, said Matt Bowman, senior legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, which is representing Sister Mary Rose Reddy, five women and one man in the lawsuit. New Hampshires law suffers from the same constitutional problems as the one the Supreme Court struck down, Mr. Bowman said, referring to the unanimous June 26 ruling in McCullen v.
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These lawyers are entrepreneurial, gung ho, and ready to compete. I know them; they are the early-adopters of my company, and other legal technology companies, and their numbers are growing by leaps and bounds each year.
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