Globetrotting Attorney at Work (2013)
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorney Daniel Byron recently returned from a month in the Central Asian nation of Mongolia as part of the International Senior Lawyers Project. While there, Dan met with leaders working for the cause of free press in the country.
Dan's hometown newspaper, the North Vernon, Ind. Plain Dealer and Sun, recently published an article detailing his trip and experiences. An excerpt from the article is below.
Excerpt from 'Globetrotting attorney at work'
An appropriate tag for Dan Byron might read: "Warning: globetrotting attorney at work."
Such a warning would alert dictators, totalitarian governments and the other bad guys in the worldwide battle over freedom of press and speech that this legal advocate is on the case. There is no hope of overcoming him in the courts of the world.
Byron, of Indianapolis by way of North Vernon, spent the month of September in the relatively obscure Central Asian nation of Mongolia. His work wasn't nearly as simplistic and clear cut as suggested above, but Byron contributed considerably to the cause for media freedom in the country sandwiched between Russia and China.