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I don't mind if people edit these pages, but it might be better to wait until I finish so you can really have a go at these pages. I have created all of these, and they all remain works-in-progress. I hope to have them more finalized by September 15th: Floyd Abrams; List of prominent cases argued by Floyd Abrams;Floyd Abrams and the Pentagon Papers case; Floyd Abrams and the Landmark Communications case; Landmark Communications v. Virginia; Floyd Abrams and The Heroin Trail case; Frank Piccolo; Mahmut Karaduman; Kenneth Shorter; Helen Whitney; Luella Mundel; Paul Leahy; William J. Brennan, Jr. Award; Learned Hand Award; Thurgood Marshall Award; Libel Defense Resource Center; Ross Essay Prize; Who's Who in American Law; Chambers USA; Mills v. Alabama
Floyd Abrams Project flags
The flag that expansion is needed under selected writings seems erroneous in that he has authored two books and they are both listed. What other writings does the flagger presume should be there? Not sure. This flag should be removed. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Absynthe123 (talk • contribs) 15:08, 30 July 2014 (UTC)
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hello, i am tryng to make an entry here and i saw your post--hope you dont mind if i put my question here--i just find wikipedia so confusing. anyway, i simply wanted to put in the text of the article a reference to the 23-34 94th Street Grocery Store case that went up the Second Circuit. There the Court ruled that NYC's law requiring retailers at point of sale to display graphics on the dangers of smoking was unconstitutional (Abrams, of course, represented the tobacco industry). i have a reference for the case and wanted to add that to fn 8 along w an expansion of the text near where that footnote appears. i couldnt figure out how to do this. is it possible for you to send me an email to [redact] or to call me at [redact]. again, i find this wiki protocol completely overwhelming. i am an attorney and i believe i could make some valuable contributions but yet the whole set up is so complicated it is hardly worth my time . thanks, mike 184.108.40.206 (talk) 20:29, 24 November 2012 (UTC)