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Sigmund D. Schutz to Speak at 2018 New England First Amendment Institute

September 17, 2018 at 11:15am1:15am
Northeastern University

Preti Flaherty attorney Sig Schutz will participate in a panel discussion titled, "Tips for Staying Out of Legal Trouble: Common Issues in Defamation and Invasion of Privacy," as part of the annual New England First Amendment Institute in Boston on September 17th. The three-day conference will focus on the latest investigative and database reporting techniques and public records access skills. For more information, see New England First Amendment Coalition.

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