Jackson Walker VIA Media Postcard - May 2011


In This Issue:

- Bob Latham Bulletin: The Changing Nature of Fame: What the generation coming of age today regards as “fame” may have significant implications for defamation law.

- Paul Watler's Perspective: Print, broadcast and digital content providers in Texas have new means to fend off litigation aimed at chilling frees peech through laws recently enacted by the Legislature.

- Book Review: Our roving media attorney Bob Latham hits the books. This month's book review: Too Much to Know by Ann Blair -- The history of information overload is actually an age old tale, and one that is chronicled in remarkable detail in this book.

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