Description
More than most types of litigants, the media faces bias the moment it walks into a courtroom. Nearly everyone these days holds a strong opinion—and generally, it’s negative—about the people who produce newspaper copy and television programmming While many other varieties of cases attract little attention, the media becomes news whenever it goes on trial. Thus, when media clients are parties in litigation, public attituude toward the press have a significant impact on the litigation strategy...

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