Category: Media Law

Survey: 2015 Media Law

Survey of New York Media law for 2014–2015. View Full PDF Roy S. Gutterman is an Associate Professor and Director of the Tully Center for Free Speech at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University

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Survey: 2014 Media Law

Survey of New York Media law for 2013–2014. View Full PDF Roy S. Gutterman is an Associate Professor and Director of the Tully Center for Free Speech at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. The author wishes to thank

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Survey: 2013 Media Law

Survey of New York Media law for 2012–2013. View Full PDF Roy S. Gutterman: Associate Professor and Director of the Tully Center for Free Speech at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.

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Survey: 2012 Media Law

Survey of New York Media law for 2011–2012. View Full PDF Roy S. Gutterman is an associate professor and director of the Tully Center for Free Speech at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Special thanks

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Comment: Suffering in Silence: The Dark Side of Judging in 2013

This Comment is intended to show the dark side of judging.  This paper was written with the intent to provoke discussion about the very important topic of judicial security and internet safety.  The purpose of this Comment is to allow

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Article: From Peoria to Peru: NLRB Doctrine in a Social Media World

The National Labor Relations Board’s (the “NLRB” or “Board”) interest in social media issues has surprised many practitioners.  Over a nine-month period spanning the end of 2011 and beginning of 2012, the Board’s Acting General Counsel (“AGC”) issued three reports,

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Article: Uncertainty Squared: The Right of Publicity and Social Media

The laws of probability tell us that the likelihood of a particular result goes down dramatically as the number of variables on which that result depends goes up.  So, for example, while the odds of rolling an even number on

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Article: Why We Can’t Be Friends: Preserving Public Confidence in the Judiciary Through Limited Use of Social Networking

Judges occupy a special place in American society.  Their actions, both inside and outside the courthouse, play an integral role in the public’s respect for, and confidence in, the legal system.  The existence of an independent, fair, and impartial judiciary

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Survey: 2011 Media Law

Roy Gutterman provides an update of Media Law between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2011..  There was no shortage of interesting and novel cases with First Amendment implications this Survey year. State and federal courts in the jurisdiction took

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Survey: 2010 Media Law

Roy Gutterman provides an update of Media Law between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010. This year’s media law Survey covers defamation, invasion of privacy, and intellectual property disputes involving media ranging from newspapers, magazines and book publishers to

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