Media Law partner Jeffrey Pyle was quoted in a recent Hampshire Gazette story on the final judgment that secured our victory in a lawsuit Prince Lobel filed jointly with the ACLU against the town of Holyoke for its lawn-sign ban. This decision resulted in a permanent injunction against the enforcement of the ban, which had included not only lawn signs, but all temporary signage on both residential and commercial property, including all vehicle and bumper stickers. To read Pyle’s thoughts, visit the Hampshire Gazette‘s website here.
Jeffrey Pyle Quoted in the Hampshire Gazette on First Amendment Victory in Holyoke
April 16, 2019