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Media Libel Law 2015-16 (now published in hard copy and E-book formats by Lexis Nexis)
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Media Libel Law is a comprehensive survey of defamation law, with an emphasis on cases and issues arising in a media context. Topics covered in this volume include: Defamatory Meaning, Opinion, Truth/Falsity, Fault, Republication, Privileges, Damages, Motions to Dismiss, Discovery Issues, Trial Issues, Appellate Review, Remedies for Abusive Suits, Retraction, Constitutional/Statutory Provisions, and Summary Judgment.
Employment Libel and Privacy Law examines defamation and privacy claims in an employment context, an increasing concern to labor and employment practitioners. Topics covered in this publication include: Publication, Compelled Self-Publication, Fault Standards, Damages, Recurring Fact Patterns, Privileges and Defenses, Procedural Issues, Employer Testing of Employees, Searches, Monitoring of Employees, Activities Outside the Workplace, Records, Negligent Hiring, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Interference with Economic Advantage, and Prima Facie Tort.
Media Privacy and Related Law examines privacy and related claims that often arise in a media context, and how courts handle these issues. Topics covered in this volume include: False Light, Private Facts, Intrusion, Eavesdropping, Hidden Cameras, Misappropriation, Right of Publicity, Infliction of Emotional Distress, Prima Facie Tort, Injurious Falsehood, Unfair Competition, Conspiracy, Tortious Interference with Contract, Negligent Media Publication, and Relevant Statutes.