Jan 31, 2019

TLo Partners Serve at ABA Forum on Communications Law

Five partners are participating in leadership roles at the 24th Annual ABA Forum.

Thomas & LoCicero is proud to serve as a sponsor for the American Bar Association’s Forum on Communications Law being held at the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami this week.  The conference explores the leading-edge legal issues facing media and communications lawyers with an impressive roster of dynamic and diverse speakers and facilitators.

Five partners from Thomas & LoCicero are participating in leadership roles at the Forum. James B. Lake is serving as a member of the faculty for the 22nd Annual Media Advocacy Workshop.  Carol Jean LoCicero is serving as Lead Facilitator for the session on Hot Issues in Access & Newsgathering.Susan Tillotson Bunch is serving as a Facilitator for the session on Hot Issues in Advertising & Promotions.  Dana J. McElroy is serving as a Facilitator for the lunch session during the advocacy workshop on Public Records and the Parkland Shooting.   Mark R. Caramanica is serving on the leadership team that plans and hosts the 22nd Annual Media Advocacy Workshop.

The American Bar Association’s mission is to serve equally its members, the legal profession and the public by defending liberty and delivering justice as the national representative of the legal profession.   

With offices in Tampa and Fort Lauderdale, Thomas & LoCicero is a Florida law firm that is widely known, respected and committed to free speech and a free press.  The firm represents the industryā€™s leading electronic and traditional publishers, as well as individual journalists, bloggers and influencers of social media on issues ranging from news gathering to invasion of privacy, from defamation to pre-publication review.  At the heart of the firmā€™s mission is to champion free speech and defend journalism every day.

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