Posts Tagged ‘first amendment’

11th Circuit Enjoins Florida from providing McCollum Funds in Governor’s Race Based on Scott’s Expenditures.

With a very rapid ruling, oral argument only having been held this morning, the 11th Circuit has preliminarily enjoined Florida from paying our any state funds to McCollum once Scott exceeds the 24.9 million cap. Opinion is attached scotts-appeal-ruling.  Basically, the court held that Scott’s speech would be impaired, Strict scrutiny would apply, no compelling […]

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Posted on July 30th, 2010 by Woodring Law, filed under Uncategorized
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Interesting Florida Bar and Florida Supreme Court happenings on Web Site Regulations

An  issue that has been pending before the Florida Supreme Court since February, when the Court declined to Follow the Florida Bar’s suggestions on new ruled for regulating web content has now come to a resolution that is somewhat messy and curiously intertwined with the resolution  of a federal case on web advertising that was […]

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Posted on November 23rd, 2009 by Woodring Law, filed under Uncategorized
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