Media & Communications Law

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Tort Law

‘Art of the Deal’ author gets letter from Trump lawyer after giving negative interviews

Privacy Law

Citing internet impact, 6th Circuit says federal law doesn’t require automatic release of mug shots

Features

50 years later, Freedom of Information Act still chipping away at government’s secretive culture

Features

Legal challenges over online reviews seek to separate fact from fiction

Media & Communications Law

Judge tosses frat members’ defamation suit against Rolling Stone over retracted rape article

Labor & Employment

Law360 settles state AG probe, will stop requiring new editorial hires to sign noncompete agreements

Media & Communications Law

New trial ordered for Jesse Ventura defamation verdict

Business of Law

Appeals court: Yelp must remove defamatory 3rd-party material about lawyer who won defamation case

Bankruptcy Law

Following Hulk Hogan lawsuit, Gawker seeks Chapter 11 bankruptcy status

Evidence

En banc 4th Circuit OKs tracking cellphone location without a warrant

Trials & Litigation

2 cops charged in Freddie Gray case sue top Baltimore prosecutor for defamation

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer-turned-entrepreneur admits he financed Hulk Hogan’s Gawker suit

First Amendment

Media groups, ACLU back lawyer ordered to pay $11K for alerting reporter to upcoming civil trial

Trials & Litigation

Top Boies Schiller litigator sues his mother for defamation

Trials & Litigation

Sued after posting video of brawl with neighbor, law partner loses bid for SLAPP protection

Media & Communications Law

Law firm sues for libel after their sign was shown on TV show about unrelated insurance fraud probe

Trials & Litigation

Investigator sued along with Northwestern University by exonerated ex-inmate files $20M countersuit

Media & Entertainment Law

The Examiner isn’t liable for infringing content posted by its independent contractors, court says

Criminal Justice

Are texts urging suicide a chargeable crime? Top Massachusetts court must decide

Media & Communications Law

Should cellphone signals be jammed at prisons? FCC mulls issue of contraband devices there
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