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Presidents and the Press

Here’s a quiz for you. Match the President to the quote: “He uses tweets to go directly to the public while bypassing journalists.” “[The President] directed [name] to make speeches attacking newspapers and the...more

Chip Babcock Speaks: In Search of Atticus Finch

Atticus Finch, who sometimes went by the name of Gregory Peck, was not a litigator. In fact, "he had a profound distaste for the practice of criminal law" and made a living mostly on people's "entailments" and making...more

9/2/2015  /  Young Lawyers

Underdog or Underhanded: The Real Issues Behind Aereo

How do you prove someone is breaking the law, if the technology they are using to do so didn’t even exist when the law was written?...more

Chip Babcock Speaks: The FCC Backs Down on Newsroom Intrusion – But How Did It Get This Far?

The Federal Communications Commission was scheduled to begin this spring a "Multi-Market Study of Critical Information Needs." Backed by a 110-page report from two prestigious journalism schools and a "Final Research Design"...more

4/2/2014  /  FCC , Journalism

Chip Babcock Speaks: Citizens United? Maybe Not.

The United States Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission was a wonderful First Amendment decision despite persistent criticism. It involved a movie about Hillary Clinton which the corporate...more

Jackson Walker's VIA Media Postcard - March 2013

In This Issue: - Chip Babcock Communique: Has the Internet Changed the First Amendment? - Chip Babcock participated in a panel discussion on this topic at a recent American College of Trial Lawyers...more

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