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A Journalist Trolled by Her Own Government
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MLRC Feb 20
A Former Trump Campaign Staffer Filed A Class Action To Invalidate All Of The Campaign’s Non-Disclosure Agreements via
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MLRC Feb 11
Cliff Sims, White House Tell-All Author, Sues Trump for Going After Him Over Book
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MLRC Feb 7
Alex Jones Experiences Setbacks in Suits by Families of Sandy Hook Victims
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MLRC Feb 1
Jailed Reuters reporters appeal case to Myanmar supreme court
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MLRC Jan 31
Assad regime found liable for war reporter Marie Colvin's death in landmark $300m US lawsuit. “Syria intended to intimidate journalists, inhibit newsgathering and the dissemination of information” via
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MLRC Jan 27
Online critics on Glassdoor can stay anonymous, Texas Supreme Court says
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MLRC Jan 25
Agnes Callamard to head an independent international inquiry into Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.
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MLRC Jan 23
Perils of reporting in Europe. Challenging for the press; worse for the victims. Where survivors of sexual abuse are sued by the perpetrators
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MLRC Jan 14
DOJ may revise guidelines to make it easier to subpoena journalists
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MLRC Jan 9
Google Clash Over Global Right to Be Forgotten Returns to Court via
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MLRC Dec 18
DC Circuit Won't Force IRS to Release Trump's Tax Returns via
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MLRC Dec 11
Federal judge rules Mass. law prohibiting secret audio recording of police, government officials is unconstitutional
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MLRC Nov 26
Lack of Women Arguing Before Supreme Court Persists
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MLRC Nov 26
The Supreme Court Should Take Another Slice of Wedding Cake Wait, didn’t the Supreme Court already resolve these questions in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case earlier this year? Actually no. via
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MLRC Nov 26
Supreme Court Considers a Thorny Question of Free Speech and Police Power
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ErikWemple Nov 16
Judge just ruled in favor of : Cnn TRO is granted and press pass must be restored
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ErikWemple Nov 14
So: Government case really boils down to an argument that is rude and disruptive and thus can have his pass revoked — by a thoroughly rude and disruptive man.
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MLRC Nov 14
Top AMI lawyer out amid David Pecker feud via
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MLRC Nov 6
MSNBC’s Joy Reid at Center of Free-Speech Legal Fight Over Retweets “Experts are split on whether underlying tweet is actually defamatory, but they agree Reid’s retweet could make her liable for defamation if the court finds that it is.”
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