Public Health Versus Religious Liberty

By: 
The Daily Journal
Published on:
January 5, 2021

Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP attorneys Joshua Matz, Talia Nissimyan, and Marcella Coburn published an op-ed in The Daily Journal today, discussing the recent approach taken by the U.S. Supreme Court to balancing public health and religious liberty and warning against "law office epidemiology."

Read the article at The Daily Journal here.

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