Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA
 

Volume 3, Number 1, 2010

Journal of International Media & Entertainment Law

VOLUME 3
NUMBER 1
2010

 

Contents

vii Editor's Note


Articles

1



Remembering David Kohler (PDF)
LON SOBEL, KELLI SAGER, LEE LEVINE, SANDY BARON, KYU HO YOUM, AND ROBERT LIND

17



Censoring the Censors in the WTO:
Reconciling the Communitarian (PDF)
CLAIRE WRIGHT

121





Libel Lessons From Across the Pond: What British Courts Can Learn from the United States' Chilling Experience with the "Multiple Publication Rule" in Traditional Media and the Internet (PDF)
ITAI MAYTAL

145


Privacy Down Under (PDF)
PETER BARTLETT

175



Fee Shifting in Libel Litigation: How the American Approach to Costs Allocation Inhibits the Achievement of Libel Law's Substantive Goals (PDF)
JAMES WINDON

 

SUPERVISING EDITOR

Michael Epstein
Professor of Law


BOARD OF EDITORS

Eric S. Brown
Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo, P.C.

Jeff Gewirtz
NETS BASKETBALL/
Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment

Jessica Darraby
Attorney at Law

Michael Scott
Professor of Law
Silvia Faerman
Associate Professor of Law

Nathan Siegel
Levine, Sullivan, Koch
& Schultz

David Fagundes
Southwestern Law School

Lon Sobel
Professor of Law

Kevin Goering
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter
& Hampton

Cydney A. Tune
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP

Kurt Wimmer
Covington & Burling, LLP



STUDENT EDITORS

Jennifer L. Cohn
Supervising Student Editor

Julie Bemel
Sarah El Ebiary
Jack Fritz
Loni Harada
Shelia Hassani
Ken Hwang
Joseph Lanius
Megan Malanga
Ron Miranda
Kenneth Perry
Kyle Rambeau
Lindsay Salk
Jennifer Skornik
Mike Stanton
Melissa Swayze
Nicole Vongchanglor
Jessica Wright

 

Published by the American Bar Association Forums on Communications Law and the Entertainment and Sports Industries and the Donald E. Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute of Southwestern Law School

 

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