Libel and Privacy

Libel and Privacy

Number of page: 1308
Author: ruce W. Sanford
Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online
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Category: Law

One of the nation’s leading First Amendment attorneys provides media counsel with up-to-date information on how to avoid litigation, the andquot;public person, andquot; settlement and pretrial tactics, winning trial tactics and cost minimization techniques; with ample case analysis, including the landmark case Moldea v. New York Times Co. By Bruce W. Sanford.
Libel and Privacy by Bruce W. Sanford explains how the U.S. Supreme Court is now approaching constitutional libel law and setting the boundaries for invasion of privacy suits. Comprehensive coverage of all key topics includes:
Establishing effective techniques to avoid litigation by following the four-step review process
In-depth treatment of andquot;public personandquot;
Valuable settlement and pretrial tactics
Winning trial tactics and cost minimization techniques
Analysis of recent cases and new developments including those in the emerging cyber-like area
Discussion of the landmark case Moldea v. New York Times Co. — which the author argued and won
An illustration of the legal and factual criteria governing the measurement of damages in libel actions
And more