The USSC Foundation is engaged in a continuous process of curating a collection of publications and research done by others that may be useful to professionals, sign companies and sign users. This collection stands apart from research performed directly by the USSC Foundation, but is complimentary to the USSCF research. All publications will be welcome in this collection, regardless of authorship or origin, as long as they speak to issues related to on-premise signs and provide a positive contribution to an understanding of signs as a vital form of communication and/or help illuminate aspects of signage that may be overlooked.
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Free Speech Law for On-Premise Signs, by Daniel R. Mandelker, Stamper Professor of Law, Washington University in Saint Louis
For decades, Professor Daniel R. Mandelker has been a leading scholar and authority on land use law, state and local government law, property law, environmental law and the First Amendment. 2012 marked the first publication of Free Speech Law for On-Premise Signs, which was intended to deal with all manner of constitutional issues related to speech, the constitution, the courts, and signs. In 2016, and now in 2018, Professor Mandelker updated the Free Speech Law publication in light of the US Supreme Court’s decision in Reed v Gilbert (2015). The new Supplement shown here brings the caselaw current to July 2018.
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