Paul Watler’s Podcast: “Gag Orders and the Media”
One of the delights of practicing trial law, particularly in the First Amendment arena, is that every case is different. Just when you think you’ve seen a lot, something different comes along. Last week had a first for me. I watched my newspaper-reporter client testify as a government witness.
Newsworthy: Legal Implications of User Generated Content: YouTube, MySpace, Facebook
Recent e-Alert — Legal Implications of User Generated Content: YouTube, MySpace, Facebook. Because of the exponential growth in the public’s desire and ability to communicate through the Internet, publication of User Generated Content (“UGC”) has exploded.
Winners & Losers: Too Much to Ask?
Our roving media attorney writes a monthly column (republished here by permission) for SportsTravel magazine. This one (from December): Fresh from a trip to the Rugby World Cup in France, our columnist shares his holiday wish list.
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