Tue.Nov 26, 2019

Aswad on Protecting Freedom of Expression @EvelynAswad

Media Law Prof Blog

Evelyn Aswad, University of Oklahoma College of Law, is publishing To Protect Freedom of Expression, Why Not Steal Victory from the Jaws of Defeat? in volume 77 of the Washington & Lee Law Review (2020). Here is the abstract. Global

Why Creators Should Care About Google v. Oracle in the Supreme Court–@artistrights Watch

Music Technology Policy

There’s a case shaping up in the U.S. Supreme Court that I haven’t paid too much attention to–but suddenly realized it’s something we should all care about because it could set precedent for fair use cases for decades to come: Google v. Oracle.

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Pete Buttigieg Responds to Uproar Over Past Comments on Minority Students - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"Another conservative Democrat, like Blumenthal (was elected NYC Mayor as a Republican) is completely unacceptable to Black America and as a result cannot have the Democratic nomination for President. WASHINGTON — Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind.,

Cheat Sheet: Here Are All Our LawNext Recordings from #ClioCloud9

Media Law

A highlight of the recent Clio Cloud Conference in San Diego was the podcast alley — a row of tables reserved for legal podcasters to set up their equipment and record interviews with speakers and attendees.

Bloomberg Loves Bush. This is Michael Bloomberg endorsing a war criminal for President.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog


Ralph Baxter, Longtime Orrick Chair known as Industry Innovator, Becomes Cohost of Law Technology Now Podcast

Media Law

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Trump Knew of Whistle-Blower Complaint When He Released Aid to Ukraine - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"WASHINGTON — President Trump had already been briefed on a whistle-blower’s complaint about his dealings with Ukraine when he unfroze military aid for the country in September, according to two people familiar with the matter.

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Trump Doesn’t Care About War Crimes | The Nation

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"In mid-November, President Donald Trump pardoned three American servicemen implicated in war crimes: Lt. Clint Lorance, serving a murder sentence for ordering his soldiers to open fire on unarmed Afghan men in 2012; Maj.

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World Powers Vowed to Cut Greenhouse Gases. They’re Still Rising Perilously.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Four years after countries struck a landmark deal in Paris to rein in greenhouse gas emissions in an effort to avert the worst effects of global warming, humanity is headed toward those very climate catastrophes, according to a United Nations report issued Tuesday , with China and the United States , the two biggest polluters, having expanded their carbon footprints last year.

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