Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA
 

Volume 4, Number 1, 2011-2012

Journal of International Media & Entertainment Law

VOLUME 4
NUMBER 1
2011-2012

 

Contents

vii Editor's Note (PDF)
Michael Epstein


Articles

1



"Actual Malice" in U.S. Defamation Law: The Minority of One Doctrine in the World? (PDF)
KYU HO YOUM

31



To dream the impossible dream? Towards a simple, cheap (and expression-friendly) British libel law (PDF)
DAVID GOLDBERG

57



Would a "Right of Reply" Fix Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act? (PDF)
MICHAEL D. SCOTT

69




What a Tangled Family Tree We Weave: Trademarks, publicity rights, and the cross-pollination of First Amendment defenses through video games (PDF)
CELESTE H.G. BOYD and STUART PAYNTER

 

SUPERVISING EDITOR

Michael Epstein
Southwestern Law School


BOARD OF EDITORS

Eric S. Brown
Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo, P.C.
Kurt Wimmer
Covington & Burling, LLP


J. Alexandra Darraby
Attorney at Law

Jeff Gewirtz
NETS BASKETBALL/Brooklyn
Sports & Entertainment

Silvia Faerman
Southwestern Law School

Michael Scott
Southwestern Law School

David Fagundes
Southwestern Law School


Nathan Siegel
Levine, Sullivan, Koch
& Schultz

Kevin Goering
Norwick, Sched
& Goering

John Tehranian
Southwestern Law School


Steven Krone
Southwestern Law School


Cydney A. Tune
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP



STUDENT EDITORS

Tyrrell Dupey
Supervising Student Editor

Eric Angel
Diana Bernstein
Jennifer Duval
Kevin Gres
John Griffin
Tamara Harris, J.D.

Lisa Macklem, LL.M.
Antoine Pitts
Lindsay Salk, J.D.
Melissa Swayze, J.D.
Jessica Wright, J.D.

 

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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