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Prager University v. Google

Amid all the rancor by presidential candidates, other politicians, and some of the public at large to regulate speech among social media outlets large...

Viewing the Presidential Impeachment Trial . . . Via a Sketch Artist

Most real courtroom trials are boring.  They can be laden with mundane facts and arcane rules of law.  They are nothing like prime-time television...

The Curious Libel Plaintiff

When high profile business professionals file defamation lawsuits against media outlets – especially prominent media outlets – media defense lawyers often scratch their heads. ...

Death Of The Protest March? Yes, If One Court Has Its Way.

Protest marches are one of the quintessential means of promoting social causes or airing societal and political grievances.  From the freedom marches of the...

Update: The U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Appeal of Climate Scientist’s Libel Suit

In a blow to free speech and a free press, the U.S. Supreme Court declined on Monday to hear an appeal of a District...

Supreme Court to Hear Libel Case?

The overwhelming consensus among scientists is that climate science and global warming are real.  Earth is undeniably threatened. But does that mean climate scientists should...

Can a Grandmother Be Sent to Jail for Encouraging Her Grandson to Overstay His Visa? We’ll Find Out.

It is illegal to assist or aid in illegal immigration.  Rightly so (although some have argued that placing water bottles in the Arizona desert...

Trump’s Threatened Suit Against CNN Is, Well, A No-Brainer

Unhappy with the alleged bias of CNN, President Trump is again threatening to sue the cable news giant.  But his otherwise accomplished lawyer, Charles...