Ramsey on Free Speech Challenges to Trademark Law After Matal v. Tam @LPRamsey

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Ramsey, University of San Diego School of Law, is publishing Free Speech Challenges to Trademark Law After Matal v. Trademark laws and free speech are Lisa P.

Healy on Learned Hand and the Making of a Free Speech Dissent @SetonHallLaw

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Thomas Healy, Seton Hall University School of Law, has published Anxiety and Influence: Learned Hand and the Making of a Free Speech Dissent at 50 Arizona State Law Journal 803 (2019).

Kahn on Free Speech, Official History, and National Politics

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Thomas School of Law (Minnesota), has published Free Speech, Official History and Nationalist Politics: Toward a Typology of Objections to Memory Laws as U of St. Robert Kahn, University of St.

Multifactoral Free Speech

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Alexander Tsesis, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, is publishing Multifactoral Free Speech in volume 110 of the Northwestern University Law Review (2016). This article presents a multifactoral approach to free speech analysis. Here is the abstract. Difficult cases present

Yemini on The New Irony of Free Speech

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Moran Yemini, Center for Cyber, Law and Policy, University of Haifa; Information Society Project, Yale Law School, is publishing The New Irony of Free Speech in volume 20 of the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review (2019).

Free Speech in Europe Today

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Anthony Lester, Blackstone Chambers, has published Free Speech Today at 33 Polish Yearbook of International Law 129 (2013). Here is the abstract. The article is an amended version of the Marek Nowicki Memorial Lecture presented at Warsaw University in 2014

Zick on The Dynamic Free Speech Clause: Free Speech and Its Relation To Other Constitutional Rights @WMLawSchool

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Timothy Zick, William & Mary Law School, has published Introduction to The Dynamic Free Speech Clause: Free Speech and Its Relation to Other Constitutional Rights (Oxford Univ.

Univision Loses Free Speech Argument Over Jenni Rivera Secrets

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A judge rules that a biopic about the late singer wasn't "routine investigative reporting," so the Spanish network must face a lawsuit for interfering with a nondisclosure agreement. read more. THR, Esq. Business Television Music Business THR Online

Coe on Anonymity and Pseudonymity: Free Speech's Problem Children @pcoelaw

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Peter Coe, Aston University, is publishing Anonymity and Pseudonymity: Free Speech's Problem Children in the Media & Arts Review. Here is the abstract. Through comparative analysis of United States, English, German and European Court of Human Rights jurisprudence, this article

Kendrick on Free Speech as a Special Right @lckendrick

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Leslie Kendrick, University of Virginia School of Law, has published Free Speech as a Special Right at 45 Philosophy and Public Affairs 87 (2017). Many theorists treat free speech as a special right.

Balancing Free Speech With Other Constitutional Values

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Alexander Tsesis, Loyola University (Chicago) School of Law, is publishing Balancing Free Speech in volume 96 of the Boston University Law Review (2015). This article develops a theory for balancing free speech against other express and

Marmor on Two Rights of Free Speech @CornellLaw

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Andrei Marmor, Cornell University Law School, has published Two Rights of Free Speech at 31 Ratio Juris 139 (2018). Here is the abstract. My main argument in this paper is that the right to freedom of expression is not a

Coenen on Free Speech and the Law of Evidence

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Coenen, University of Georgia Law School, is publishing Free Speech and the Law of Evidence in the Duke Law Journal (2018). Dan T. Here is the abstract. To what extent does the First Amendment limit the ability of prosecutors to

The Supreme Court's Categorical Free Speech Doctrine

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Alexander Tsesis, Loyola University (Chicago) School of Law, is publishing The Categorical Free Speech Doctrine and Contextualization in volume 65 of the Emory Law Journal (2015).

Regulating Free Speech

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Brian Leiter, University of Chicago, has published The Case Against Free Speech. Free societies employ a variety of institutions — including courts and schools — in which speech is heavily regulated on the basis of its Here is the abstract.

Torres-Spelliscy on Campaign Finance, Free Speech, and Boycotts @ProfCiara

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Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, Stetson University College of Law, is publishing Campaign Finance, Free Speech, and Boycotts in volume 41 of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy (2018). I gave a speech at Columbia Law School

Fox Argues Muhammad Ali Super Bowl Segment Is Free Speech

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The broadcaster is fighting a $30 million lawsuit for allegedly infringing the boxer's publicity rights and implying a false endorsement. read more. THR, Esq. Business Television Business THR Online

Craig on The End of Innocence: Open Justice, Free Speech[,] and Privacy in the Modern Constitution @RobertCraig3

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Robert Craig, London School of Economics & Political Science, has published The End of Innocence: Open Justice, Free Speech and Privacy in the Modern Constitution – Khuja (Formerly PNM) V Times Newspapers Limited at 82 Modern Law Review 129 (2019

Free Speech, Democracy, and Video Images

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Chen, both of the University of Denver College of Law, have published Free Speech and Democracy in the Video Age as University of Denver Legal Studies Research Paper No. Justin F. Marceau and Alan K.

Free Speech Bites: A Podcast Devoted To the Concept of Freedom of Speech and Thought

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Nigel Warburton, who hosts the podcast Philosophy Bites, has launched the podcast Free Speech Bites, devoted to investigating free speech issues. Follow Free Speech Bites on Twitter at @FreeSpeechBites.

Free Speech For Thee and For Me

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From the Boston Globe: Steven Pinker on why free speech is a fundamental value

AI and Free Speech

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Toni M. Massaro, University of Arizona College of Law and Helen L. Norton, University of Colorado School of Law, are publishing Siri-ously? in volume 110 of the Northwestern University Law Review (2015). Here is the abstract. Computers with communicative artificial

Snow on Free Speech and Disparaging Trademarks

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Ned Snow, University of South Carolina, is publishing Free Speech & Disparaging Trademarks in volume 57 of the Boston College Law Review (2016). Speech law has silenced trademark.

Balkin on Free Speech In the Algorithmic Age @jackbalkin

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Balkin, Yale University Law School, is publishing Free Speech in the Algorithmic Society: Big Data, Private Governance, and New School Speech Regulation in the UC Davis Law Review (2018). Jack M.

Free Speech and Leakers

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Heidi Kitrosser, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, School of Law, has published Free Speech Aboard the Leaky Ship of State: Calibrating First Amendment Protection for Leakers of Classified Information, in volume 6 of the Journal of National Security Law &

The Basis For Free Speech

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Frederick Schauer, University of Virginia School of Law, has published Free Speech on Tuesdays. Here is the abstract. The philosopher John Searle famously observed that there is “no remark without remarkableness,” by which he meant that even simple assertions presuppose

Lebovic on Free Speech and Unfree News

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Sam Lebovic, Assistant Professor of History, George Mason University, has published Free Speech and Unfree News (Harvard University Press, 2016). Does America have a free press?

Cram and Fenwick on Protecting Free Speech and Academic Freedom in Universities @law_leeds @DurhamLawSchool

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Ian Cram, University of Leeds, and Helen Fenwick, University of Durham, have published Protecting Free Speech and Academic Freedom in Universities at 81 Modern Law Review 825 (2018).

Bernstein on Abuse, Harassment, and Free Speech

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Anita Bernstein, Brooklyn Law School, is publishing Abuse and Harassment Diminish Free Speech in volume 35 of Pace Law Review (2014). Here is the abstract. A familiar dichotomy in the legal academy juxtaposes freedom against a contrasting value like security

Watch Out, CNN: Trump’s Supreme Court Frontrunner Is Bad News for Free Speech

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With a single decision four years ago, Brett Kavanaugh led something of a revolution in federal courts. read more. THR, Esq. Business Movies Television Politics Business THR Online

Joseph on A Re-Examination of Free Speech @profsarahj

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Sarah Joseph, Monash University Faculty of Law, has published A Re-Examination of Free Speech. Recent controversies over free speech in numerous liberal democracies (eg over "no-platforming", s18C of the Racial Discrimination Act (Cth) in Australia) have

The Free Speech Roots of Cyberlaw

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Le, both of the University of California, Davis, Law School, have published The Free Speech Foundations of Cyberlaw at UC Davis Legal Studies Research Paper No. Cyber-law is today’s speech Anupam Chander and Uyen P.

The Economist Examines Free Speech

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Similarly, Newsweek discusses the question of hate speech on college campuses in a recent issue The June 4, 2016 cover story of the Economist is devoted to the question of freedom of expression.

Corbin on the Free Speech Claims of Wedding Vendors

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Caroline Mala Corbin, University of Miami School of Law, is publishing Speech or Conduct: The Free Speech Claims of Wedding Vendors in volume 65 of the Emory Law Journal (2016).

Alexander on Free Speech and Paying Fines With Coins

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Alexander, UALR-Bowen School of Law, has published A Penny for Your Thoughts: Free Speech and Paying Fines with Coins. Peter C. Here is the abstract. In October, 2016, the city of Springfield, Illinois encroached on the First Amendment rights of

Ramsey on a Free Speech Right To Trademark Protection?

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Ramsey, University of San Diego School of Law, has published A Free Speech Right to Trademark Protection? Lisa P. at 106 Trademark Reporter 797 (2016). Here is the abstract. This Article explores whether the right to freedom of expression requires

Coenen on Free Speech and Generally Applicable Laws: A New Doctrinal Synthesis @UGASchoolofLaw

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Coenen, University of Georgia Law School, is publishing Free Speech and Generally Applicable Laws: A New Doctrinal Synthesis in the Iowa Law Review. A longstanding mystery of constitutional law concerns how the Free Speech Dan T.

Zick on Restroom Use, Civil Rights, and Free Speech "Opportunism" @OhioStateLJ

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Timothy Zick, William & Mary Law School, is publishing Restroom Use, Civil Rights, and Free Speech ‘Opportunism’ in the Ohio State Law Journal. Commentators have expressed concerns that litigants are invoking the First Amendment’s Free Speech

Government Funding and Free Speech

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Rocky) Rhodes IV, has published Speech, Subsidies, and Traditions: AID v. In a victory for free speech and individual liberty, Agency Charles W. AOSI and the First Amendment in the 2013 Cato Supreme Court Review 363. Here is the abstract.

Bezemek on Anonymity, Encryption, Free Speech, and Privacy

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Christoph Bezemek, IOER, is publishing Behind a Veil of Obscurity – Anonymity, Encryption, Free Speech and Privacy in the International Journal of Technology, Law, and Policy.

Aviel on Rule 8.4(g) and the First Amendment: Distinguishing Between Discrimination and Free Speech @SturmCOL

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g) and the First Amendment: Distinguishing between Discrimination and Free Speech in volume 31 of the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics (2018). Rebecca Aviel, University of Denver College of Law, is publishing Rule 8.4(g)

Smith on The Free Speech Vernacular: Conceptual Confusions in the Way We Speak About Speech

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Smith, University of Texas, Austin, is publishing The Free Speech Vernacular: Conceptual Confusions in the Way We Speak About Speech in volume 22 of the Texas Review of Law & Politics (2017). Tara A.

Is false Sandy Hook conspiracy free speech?

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