CANOGA PARK, Calif. — (Press Release) The Free Speech Coalition (FSC) will issue a Request-for-Proposal (RFP) letter to solicit attorneys for consideration in choosing a legal team to challenge the Justice Department's latest revisions to the federal 2257 recordkeeping laws.
Attorneys and law firms can respond with a proposal, and will be entered into a confidential, sealed bid process. The purpose of the Request-for-Proposal process is to insure the best candidates are chosen, while also maintaining fiscal responsibility for the FSC.
"This document was influenced by RFPs from other non-profits, universities, and government agencies," FSC Executive Director Diane Duke wrote in the letter to attorneys. "The RFP process is intended to help regularize the process of awarding major contracts in connection with FSC projects."
Duke said the goal of the letter is to retain the best possible team of attorneys for the upcoming litigation while ensuring fiscal responsibility to FSC members.
"The selection committee will be composed of a combination of FSC Board members and other industry leaders, and they will be pledge to the confidentiality which is required of a sealed bid process such as this one," Duke wrote.
Interested parties, attorneys and law firms can contact Duke directly at email@example.com if they would like to receive a Request-for-Proposal letter or more information.