MediaLawLetter November 2018
From the Executive Director’s Desk: MLRC Annual Dinner on ‘68 and Forum on #MeToo Reporting Rousing Successes
Also: In-House Group to Meet Regarding Trump, Press Access, and Legal Threats
MLRC Forum Brings Together Pulitzer Winners Jodi Kantor And Ronan Farrow
Panel Tackles Journalistic, Editorial and Legal Challenges of Breaking Harvey Weinstein Scandal
MLRC 2018 Annual Meeting
New Chairperson Elected; A Review of MLRC Projects and Events
LIBEL & PRIVACY
Tennessee Supreme Court Has Two Chances to Reshape Fair Report Privilege in the Volunteer State
Fair Report Privilege in Flux
Funk v. Scripps Media, Inc. / Burke v. Sparta Newspapers
S.D. Ohio: Robust Decision Rejects Academic’s Libel Claims Against The New York Times
Croce v. New York TimesCo.
Miss. Cir.: Gray Television Wins Privacy Victory in Mississippi
Doe v. Cmty. Newspaper Holding, Inc.
E.D.N.Y.: Judge Grants Partial Access to Jury Selection in El Chapo Trial
U.S. v. Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera
D. Ak.: Federal Court Orders Release of Internal Investigation Report Concerning Anchorage Police Department
Henry v. Municipality of Anchorage
Eleventh Circuit Holds That Annotations of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated Are Not Copyrightable
Code Revision Commission v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc.