IBPA’s Expert Arbitration Lawyer, Shelly Skeen, presents Oral Argument to Texas Supreme Court

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BFSN Law attorney Shelly Skeen

BFSN Law attorney Shelly Skeen

BFSN Law’s Shelly Skeen argued in front of the Texas Supreme Court on November 7, 2013 in support of the First Amendment right to speak anonymously on the Internet. The case involves a company’s and its CEO’s attempt to discover the identity of an anonymous Internet blogger, “Doe.”

 

Ms. Skeen is a partner of BFSN Law and one of the co-founders of the IBPA. She is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London, England, MCIArb and has been a certified mediator for over 10 years.

 

Besides conducting arbitration for the IBPA before the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal, Ms. Skeen’s practice focuses on areas of complex commercial litigation, representing businesses across the country in disputes in state and federal court and arbitrations; appellate law; professional malpractice and grievance defense; and probate and estate planning.

 

To read the full article about Ms. Skeen’s Argument before the Texas Supreme Court, visit BFSNLaw.com

 

Ms. Skeen can be contacted at sskeen@bfsnlaw.com, on LinkedIn, or by contacting the IBPA.