BOOK

Media Law, with 2000 Cumulative Supplement

This treatise offers wide-ranging discussions of the laws affecting media with full and specific coverage of the statutes, cases, and trends affecting each topic.

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DESCRIPTION

Main Volume Information

Any attorney who is suing or representing a media outlet needs this complete treatise and practice guide to the law of information gathering and publication.

The author gives you wide-ranging discussions of the laws affecting media with full and specific coverage of the statutes, cases, and trends affecting each topic.

This is the first treatise to give you single-source access to the full range of topics in media law.

 

Supplement Information

The 2000 Cumulative Supplement covers developments in news gathering on ride-alongs with government employees, cyberspace defamation, imitation/incitement claims, eavesdropping, and prior restraints.


AUTHOR

Bloomberg BNA authors and editors are practicing professionals with insider perspectives and real-life experience. Learn more about this book’s authors and editors.
Rex S. Heinke is co-head of the Supreme Court and Appellate practice at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP.

CONTENTS

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REVIEWS

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Wonderfully comprehensive and readable. . . . It will be a ready resource on my desk, within arm's reach whenever a potential client calls. 

George Freeman

Chairman, Media Law Committee, New York State Bar Association