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Media Law Reporter®

Product Code: MEDW01
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What this service is:

Media Law Reporter is the only weekly reporting service focusing exclusively on federal and state media law, easily searchable on the web or in print.

What it helps you do:

  • Have fast access to the full text of media law cases issued by all levels of federal and state courts.
  • Read bench rulings and trial court decisions not found in other services.
  • Zero in quickly on just the cases you need to see using Bloomberg BNA’s exclusive classification system and powerful Web search engine with intuitive navigation.
  • Reduce research time with explanatory headnotes prepared by Bloomberg BNA's experienced lawyer-editors, summarizing the points of law addressed in each opinion.
  • Find decisions using the new Headnote Finder feature on the web edition, which lets you see all the headnotes for a specific point of law, sorted by classification number, court, and date.
  • E-mails give you a first alert to important media law decisions.
  • Make sure you never miss a key ruling that could affect your organization or clients.
  • Stay fully informed with news reports on recently enacted legislation, important legal decisions, conferences, and other significant developments.
Product Structure 

Decisions: full text of judicial and administrative opinions and rulings, with headnotes

Notification: current reports providing news and developments

Formats and Frequency

Print and web updated weekly.

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  • Commercial speech
  • Copyright
  • Courtroom access
  • Defamation
  • Federal Communications Commission
  • First Amendment
  • Free press
  • Freedom of Information Acts
  • Hidden camera investigations
  • Libel
  • Media ownership
  • New media
  • Newsgathering torts
  • Newsrack ordinances
  • Obscenity
  • Prior restraints
  • Privacy
  • Reporters’ privilege
  • Right of access
  • Right of publicity
  • Slander
  • State "shield" laws
  • Student publishing
  • Third-party liability
  • Wiretap laws
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