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Journalists are using drones for newsgathering purposes now more than ever before, but must be cautious as they navigate the increasingly complex patchwork of property, safety, and privacy laws.
Forum Chair Steven Zansberg challenges the legal community to preserve the freedom of the press and the freedom of speech.
As three recent California appellate decisions broaden the reach of the anti-SLAPP statute protections beyond traditional free speech rights to encompass employment discrimination cases, no claim is categorically excluded from the anti-SLAPP statute.
The Supreme Court applies contextual analysis to yet another element of a defamation case—material falsity. In an increasingly niche new media environment, the holding may have far reaching impact for all defamation claims.
Tabloid usage of government mug shots fuels public indignation and cries out for regulation. But will the legislative response go too far and restrict free access to information?
The future of the television industry hinges on the outcome of the American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. et al. v. Aereo, Inc., currently pending before the Supreme Court.