Sun.Apr 22, 2012

After 65 Years, ALI and ABA Get a Divorce

Media Law

Well this is interesting. For as long as I’ve been a lawyer, the name ALI-ABA has been synonymous with high-quality continuing legal education. Now, after 65 years together, ALI and ABA are going their separate ways. ALI gets custody of the kids.

Every Now and Then, Arizona Gets it Right.

The Legal Satyricon

This weekend is the Phoenix Pride Festival. It’s true that most Pride celebrations are later in the year; usually June or July. A friend asked me why so early for we here in Arizona. The answer is deceptively simple. Have you BEEN to Phoenix in July?? And yesterday it was hot- over 100 degrees- which [.]. Civil Liberties misc

Caught on tape: Chilling new video of US border patrol beating immigrant to death — RT

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

FCC Retracts Text-to-Speech Prohibition from New EAS Rules

Broadcast Law Blog

The conversion of EAS alerts from text to speech by broadcast stations and cable systems, through systems contained in the stations and systems EAS equipment, was prohibited in the FCC's Fifth Report and Order (summarized here ) implementing the rules for the technology for the Common Alerting Protocol - the Internet-based alert system that must be activated by stations and systems by June 30.

Miral, Rula Jebreal

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

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