PRIVATE PROPERTY AND PUBLIC SPEECHFor footnotes, refer to original document (NJ Lawyer Magazine, June, 1997). The public forum in this country is shrinking — legally andfactually — as a consequence of two unrelated developments: thenarrowing of First Amendment doctrine and … Lesa meira . . .
PRUNEYARD SHOPPING CENTER ET AL. v. ROBINS ET AL. No. 79-289 SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 447 U.S. 74; 100 S. Ct. 2035; 1980 U.S. LEXIS 129; 64 L. Ed.2d 741 March 18, 1980, Argued June 9, 1980, Decided … Lesa meira . . .
Associated Press, 22. Sept. 98 MANCHESTER, N.H. For Arnie Alpert, the question is not whether protesting inside a shopping mall was right or wrong, but whether he and his supporters will be allowed to do it again. Alpert and … Lesa meira . . .
Activists accuse Albuquerque malls of violating rights Associated Press, 22. Dec. 98 ALBUQUERQUE Albuquerque’s three major shopping malls are being sued by a community activist organization that wants to hand out leaflets which criticize the malls’ treatment of young … Lesa meira . . .
Mall is private property, says Georgia court Associated Press, 1. Dec. 98 MARIETTA, Ga. — A Cobb County Superior Court judge ruled yesterday that a Stone Mountain man has no right to preach in a mall food court. Judge James … Lesa meira . . .
New Jersey suit seeks expansion of free-speech protections Associated Press, 30. Nov. 98 NEWARK, N.J. An environmental group on Nov. 24 sued a small mall in Passaic County, charging that its constitutional rights were violated when management barred members … Lesa meira . . .
Judge says mall’s regulations on leafleting violate free speech Associated Press, 9.1.98 JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Building on a landmark decision permitting political leafleting at malls, a state judge has ruled that a mall in Secaucus can not require activists … Lesa meira . . .
Are malls modern day village greens? By Carrie Sturrock Concord (N.H.), Monitor staff, 15 January 1998 Shopping malls aren’t just for shopping anymore. Senior citizens stay fit walking their lengths in the early morning hours. The Girl Scouts sell cookies … Lesa meira . . .
Mall customers are free to shop, but are they free to speak? By David Hudson , 2.12.98 [ at Free Expression Forum (Website)] Shopping malls [centers] substantially displaced town squares and downtown business districts as the epicenters of public activity. … Lesa meira . . .