5 edition of Cases in Communications Law found in the catalog.
June 17, 2003
by Wadsworth Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
Communications Law is a well-respected, peer reviewed, quarterly journal covering the broad spectrum of legal issues arising in the telecoms, IT and media industries Each issue brings you 32 pages of opinion and discussion from the field of communications law. This book engages students by relating law to everyday events with which they are already familiar (or with which they are familiarizing themselves in other business courses) and by its clear, concise, and readable style. (An earlier business law text by authors Lieberman and Siedel was hailed “the best written text in a very crowded field.”)/5(5).
Written as a companion to Zelezny's COMMUNICATIONS LAW, Sixth Edition, textbook, CASES IN COMMUNICATIONS LAW, Sixth Edition, presents cases that will familiarize communications students with authoritative judicial reasoning on key principles of communications law. Most of the cases are from the U.S. Supreme Court and stand as precedents that. Organization of the book. This book is a compilation of 27 contributions that discuss several dimensions: Information and Technology law and regulation, Knowledge and Information Society aspects related to protection and access rights both for individuals and digital contents, and accessibility issues related to ethics, regulation and standards.
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Cases in Communications Law (McGraw-Hill Series in Mass Communication and Journalism) John Zelezny. out of 5 stars 5. Kindle Edition. $ Environmental Science Enger Eldon. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ Media & Culture: An Introduction to Cited by: 8. Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc Cases: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zelezny, John D., Cases in communications law.
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Welcome to the web supplement to Jerry Kang and Alan Butler, Communications Law & Policy (5th ed. (If you are UCLA School of Law student looking for the next assignment, get to my Commlaw course page.) For students and faculty who are using the casebook, here are links to useful supplemental materials.
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Most of the cases are from the United States Supreme Court and stand as precedents that all other courts in the nation must follow. 6 Monumental Media Law Cases for Journalists. Posted Aug by Gabe Duverge. Media law in America is about as old as the country itself, with freedom of the press outlined clearly in the Constitution.
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"Of the sixty-one cases represented in the second edition of Paul Siegel's popular Cases in Communication Law, forty-one are U.S. Supreme Court decisions, eleven are federal appellate decisions, and four were decided at the federal district court level.
The book also includes five state cases. Twenty-two of the cases presented here are new to this edition, including. The new edition of COMMUNICATIONS LAW: LIBERTIES, RESTRAINTS, AND THE MODERN MEDIA continues with the reviewer-praised readability, coverage of core topics, and currency that have been its consistent strengths.
The author's interesting, hypothetical exercises have been a favorite among users/5. Of the sixty-one cases represented in the second edition of Paul Siegels popular Cases in Communication Law, forty-one are U.S.
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Communications and Media Law Issues. Communications and media law encompasses all legal issues affecting the media and telecommunications industries. These issues include free speech issues, defamation, copyright, and censorship.
There are also issues involving privacy and whether content may be printed, broadcast over the air, or published online. Cases In Communications Law textbook, CASES IN COMMUNICATIONS LAW, Sixth Edition, presents cases that will familiarize communications students with authoritative judicial reasoning on key principles of communications law.
Money > Industries > Media & Communications This book is a great example of the passive exploitation of the college. What Is Media and Communications Law. Media and communications law is the area of law concerning the transfer of information through all types of media, including radio, television and the Internet.
To learn more about this field, including education options and potential career tracks, keep reading. Communications law is concerned with the regulation of radio and TV broadcasting to ensure satisfactory service and to prevent chaos.
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Eighth Amendment. Cases in Communications Law: Liberties, Restraints, and the Modern Media by John D Zelezny starting at $ Cases in Communications Law: Liberties, Restraints, and the Modern Media has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Welcome to the International Journal of Communications Law and Policy.
Founded by an international team from the Universities of Münster, Oxford, Warwick and Yale and edited by legal scholars from the Universities of Yale, Milan, Singapore, Münster and the European University Institute, Florence, the IJCLP is an electronic journal devoted to.BIBLIOGRAPHY OF RECENT BOOKS IN COMMUNICATIONS LAW Patrick J.
Petit* and Erin M. Haggerty** The following is a selective bibliography of re-cent books in communications law and related fields.
Most titles were published in Ac-companying each item is an annotation describ-ing the contents and focus of the work.Excerpt reproduced from Guide to the Study of Law: An Introduction, Second Edition (LexisNexis ) by L.H.
LaRue. In the first chapter, I talked about rules, and in particular, about getting used to the way that lawyers use rules as the starting place for an argument. In passing, I mentioned “cases.” I said that arguments were presented.