Category: It’s Not ‘Legal’ Without ‘ELGL’

Supreme Court Ruling on Fair Share Fees

This guest blog is by ELGL member Margaret Kostopulos with the Ancel Glink law firm. As expected, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its much anticipated ruling in the Janus v. American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees, holding, by a 5-4 majority vote, that it is an unconstitutional infringement on a public employee’s First Amendment rights to … Continued

Supreme Court Ruling on Fair Share Fees

This guest blog is by ELGL member Margaret Kostopulos with the Ancel Glink law firm. As expected, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its much anticipated ruling in the Janus v. American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees, holding, by a 5-4 majority vote, that it is an unconstitutional infringement on a public employee’s First Amendment rights to … Continued

President’s Blocking of Twitter Users Found Unconstitutional

This post is by ELGL member Julie Tappendorf. Reprinted with permission. Last summer, we reported on the federal lawsuit filed against President Trump by individuals who had been blocked from the President’s @realDonaldTrump Twitter account. You can read our post here. Last week, the federal district court issued a ruling in this case declaring that the blocking … Continued

Supreme Court Decision Affects Local Governments on Social Media

This blog post is by Dan Bolin and Julie Tappendorf, with the Ancel Glink firm. It’s part of a new blog series titled ELGL Legal: It’s not legal without “ELGL.” Check out Ancel Glink’s Municipal Minute blog for more cases, laws, and other topics of interest to local governments. ELGL members are no strangers to social media. (#CityHallSelfie … Continued

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