Jackson Walker VIA Media Postcard - January 2012


In This Issue:

- Stacy Allen Speaks

The possibility of two differing court opinions in almost identical "right of publicity" cases against Electronic Arts could ultimately cast the U.S. Supreme Court in the role of referee on the issue for first time in over 30 years.

- Newsworthy

Despite rather gloomy predictions to the contrary, the newspaper industry in Texas is alive and well, as reflected by the vibrant atmosphere and healthy attendance at the Texas Press Association's (TPA) 65th Annual Mid-Winter Conference and Trade Show

-Bob Lathum Reporting

Our roving media attorney writes a column (republished by permission) for SportsTravel magazine. This month's topic: A Lasting Legacy - A documentary on U.S. Figure Skating's darkest day reveals the hope that emerged from tragedy

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