Jackson Walker VIA Media Postcard - July 2011


In This Issue:

- Stacy Allen Speaks

Are online posters and bloggers protected by the various "shield laws" adopted by a growing number of states? Last month, the Supreme Court of New Jersey issued an opinion that helps define the outer limits of reporter shield laws for online media.

- Book Review

Media attorney Chip Babcock hits the books to review Tangled Webs by James B. Stewart – The Pulitzer Prize winner and former editor of The Wall Street Journal has written a thoroughly engaging and meticulously researched book about lying.

- Bob Latham Reporting

Our roving media attorney writes a column (republished by permission) for SportsTravel magazine. Published at the beginning of this month when the NFL lockout was still ongoing, the article is a primer for non-lawyers on antitrust, one of the legal terms at issue.

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