Media & Communications Law

Cybersecurity

Did passenger control plane by hacking into its computer? FBI probes Twitter claims

Copyright Law

En banc 9th Circuit nixes earlier Google takedown order for ‘Innocence of Muslims’

Media & Communications Law

UVa official sues Rolling Stone, says she was ‘chief villain’ in retracted rape article

Entertainment & Sports Law

After the ‘Fight of the Century,’ new parties seek to duke it out with Mayweather, Pacquiao in court

Media & Communications Law

After losing libel lawsuit over parody Twitter account, lawyer sues opposing counsel and newspaper

Media & Communications Law

Judge: If media wanted me to OK video cameras in Detroit bankruptcy case, I would have

Trials & Litigation

Playboy suit says law firm tried $6M case instead of seeking settlement within insurance limits

Privacy Law

Artist who photographed neighbors with zoom lens isn’t liable for privacy invasion, court says

Corporate Law

AT&T to pay record $25M to settle with FCC over privacy breach at call centers

Media & Communications Law

8th Circuit lets Larry Flynt intervene to seek access to court records in death-penalty cases

Trials & Litigation

Suit says ‘zombie cookies’ were used to revive deleted ad-tracking information

National Pulse

State copyright law now gives musicians performance rights

Trials & Litigation

Ex-president sues Penn State and Louis Freeh over published report of Sandusky investigation

Intellectual Property Law

Judge OKs guitar collector’s copyright suit over Toyota ad featuring B.B. King

Media & Communications Law

Associated Press files FOIA suit against State Department over Hillary Clinton emails and documents

Trials & Litigation

Colorado lawyer wins $150K libel award against UK Internet troll who criticized his law firm

Trials & Litigation

Ex-inmate sues Northwestern University and journalism prof, says they coerced a false confession

Labor & Employment

NBC staffers are told to review news policy manual after Brian Williams is put on leave

National Pulse

People with disabilities want the Internet to be more accessible

Media & Communications Law

2nd Circuit nixes libel suit over ‘scarlet letter’ news stories that survived expunged arrest record