Butzel Long attorney Jennifer Dukarski invited to co-host MLRC Zoom program on LGBQT rights and the First Amendment on June 30
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Jennifer Dukarski, Butzel Long attorney, shareholder and leader of the firm’s connected car working group, will co-host a Media Law Resource Center (MLRC) Zoom program at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 on LGBQT rights and the First Amendment.
The discussion will focus on the implications of Bostock v. Clayton County as well as questions on whether and how the First Amendment has been used to advance equality. Featured participants include Stanford Law School’s Pamela Karlan, who argued Bostock and Paul Smith of the Campaign Legal Center, who argued Lawrence v. Texas.
Dukarski focuses her practice at the intersection of technology and communications with an emphasis on emerging and disruptive issues: digital media and content, cybersecurity and privacy, infotainment and shared mobility, and connected and autonomous cars.
In her practice, she has assisted clients with defamation, invasion of privacy, copyright, and other content-based claims. She focuses on compliance with various industry regulations and has become a national leader in legal issues facing emerging automotive technology and is the leader of Butzel Long’s connected car working group.
A self-titled “recovering engineer,” Dukarski was named one of the 30 Women Defining the Future of Technology in January 2020 by Warner Communications for her innovative thoughts and contributions to the tech industry.