Dos and Don’ts For Advertising On Buses And Other Municipal Owned Property
This webinar will examine First Amendment jurisprudence as it applies to advertising on buses and other municipally owned property including bus stops, street furniture, subways, and airports. The webinar will provide practical pointers for drafting constitutionally sound regulations for advertising on such municipally owned property. While the First Amendment usually requires that non-commercial speech be treated more favorably than commercial speech, the reverse is often true when looking at regulations for advertising on buses and other municipally owned property. Forum analysis plays a critical role in determining what restrictions will pass muster as does the consistency with which policies are followed and enforced. These issues along with applicable case law will be highlighted during the webinar.
Speaker: Margaret (Meg) Rosequist