Thrilled to Bits: MLRC Digital Conference A Resounding SuccessGeorge Freeman
We had about 150 attendees — about a pre-pandemic crowd — and everyone I spoke to felt it was truly engaging and worthwhile.
Long-Run Effects of Dominion v. FoxGeorge Freeman
The judge’s decision to dismiss any argument based on the neutral reportage privilege was a lost opportunity. It could have corrected one of the few areas where good journalism and the law diverge.
A Sunshine Double: Recapping MLRC Conferences in Los Angeles and MiamiGeorge Freeman
MRLC's executive director on the Entertainment Law and Latin American Media Law Conferences, held in March.
Celebrating Sullivan’s 59th Anniversary; MLRC White Paper’s FirstGeorge Freeman
Executive director takes a second look at MLRC's landmark White Paper "New York Times v. Sullivan: The Case for Preserving an Essential Precedent."
Ten Questions to a Media Lawyer: Dan NovackDan Novack
Penguin Randomhouse lawyer on resigning from his high school paper, penning a blistering reply to a legal threat issued by Michael Avenatti, advice for those looking to break into media law and more.
Spring Conference PreviewGeorge Freeman
In-person events take center stage as Covid risks ebb.
Happy Holidays from the Executive Director
MLRC Executive Director symbolic offerings to 2022's newsmakers.
MLRC Annual Dinner 2022 Celebrates Families in Law and Media
Three families – the Abrams, Glassers and Ibarguens – discussed how law and journalism runs deep through their generations.
Ten Questions to a Media Lawyer: William AkelWilliam Akel
New Zealand lawyer on his start in the business, memorable cases, Auckland must sees and more.
DCS Annual Meeting 2022
Reports on last year's accomplishments and upcoming plans of MLRC's Defense Counsel Section Committees.