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Speaking Freely in Business - Podcast

Free Speech & Election Law Practice Group Podcast

January 27, 2012

Clark Neily, Dean A. Reuter

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  Speaking Freely in Business - MP3
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The United States Supreme Court is about to make a decision whether to grant cert on the Florida Interior Design case, Locke v. Ehrig, which implicates economic liberty and free speech. Can a state require a license for interior designers, or do designers have a paramount right to speech in a business context?


  • Mr Clark Neily, Senior Attorney, Institute for Justice
  • Moderator: Mr. Dean Reuter, Vice President & Director of Practice Groups, The Federalist Society



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Related Links

Free to Design: Challenging Florida’s Unconstitutional Interior Design Law, Institute for Justice
Eva Locke v. Joyce Shore, Brief Of Amici Curiae, Pacific Legal Foundation And CATO Institute In Support Of Petitioners
The Profession Dodges Another Bullet, Professional Interior Designer's Blog
Eva Locke v. Joyce Shore, Brief Of Amici Curiae, Supporting the Appellants (PDF)
Eva Locke v. Joyce Shore, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit Opinion

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