Attorney Richard Grossman has spent a career fighting for civil liberties. One of his best known clients was Rob Sherman, an avowed atheist activist who passed away in December. As Sherman’s counsel, Grossman fought against government-sponsored religious symbols, prayer in schools, and organizations like the Boy Scouts that required a belief in God as a condition of membership. Grossman has represented other notable clients, such as Frank Zappa, who testified before a congressional committee against the use of ratings on rock recordings, and a host of other individuals whose rights to free speech have been threatened. Grossman understands such cases may not be popular, but is convinced that “you need to make government respect personal liberties every time” or lose them “inch by inch.” Thus, he takes on such matters despite a busy commercial case loan that spans three states. To read more, see the “Attorney Profiles” section for an article on Grossman.
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