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Of the sixty-four cases in the third edition of Paul Siegel’s popular Cases in Communication Law, nineteen are new to this edition. Included among these are Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, in which the Supreme Court revamped the system of campaign financing; U.S. v. Stevens, in which the Court refused to permit punishment for films depicting animal cruelty; and Presley v. Georgia, where the Court tells us for the first time that the defendant’s right to a public trial are sufficient to open up the jury selection to the press and public. Forty of the cases presented here are U.S. Supreme Court cases, fifteen are federal appellate decisions, and seven were decided at the federal district court level. The book also includes two state supreme court cases.
1 Introduction The U.S. Judiciary Understanding Legal Citations A Word about the Editing of This Volume
2 First Amendment Principles Brandenburg v. Ohio Hess v. Indiana Wooley v. Maynard Johanns v. Livestock Marketing Association U.S. v. O'Brien Morse v. Frederick U.S. v. The Progressive U.S. v. Stevens
3 Libel: Common-Law Elements Greenbelt Cooperative Publishing Association Nichols v. Moore Amrak Productions v. Morton Stanton v. Metro Corporation Kaelin v. Globe Communications Corporation Diaz v. NBC Universal, Inc.
4 Libel: Constitutional Considerations New York Times v. Sullivan Gertz v. Welch Philadelphia Newspapers, Inc. v. Hepps Peterson v. Grisham Brock v. Viacom International, Inc.
5 Invasions of Privacy Time, Inc. v. Hill Solan v. Playgirl, Inc.
Neff v. Time, Inc Holman v. Central Arkansas Broadcasting Company Boring v. Google, Inc.
Zacchini v. Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Company Owasso Independent School District v. Falvo
6 Copyright and Trademark Eldred v. Ashcroft Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music Bourne Company v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation ProtectMarriage.com v. Courage Campaign Tillman v. New Ling Cinema Corporation The Sheldon Abend Revocable Trust v. Spielberg
7 Access to Information Saxbe v. Washington Post Baltimore Sun v. Ehrlich National Archives and Records Administration v. Favish Acker v. Texas Water Commission Doe v. Reed
8 Covering the Judiciary Sheppard v. Maxwell Nebraska Press Association v. Stuart Press-Enterprise v. Superior Court (I)
Presley v. Georgia Press-Enterprise v. Superior Court (II)
9 Protecting News Sources Branzburg v. Hayes In re Grand Jury Subpoena, Judith Miller Zurcher v. Stanford Daily Cohen v. Cowles Media Company Chevron Corporation v. Berlinger
10 Regulation of Advertising Virginia State Board of Pharmacy v. Virginia Citizens Consumer Council Central Hudson Gas & Electric v. Public Service Commission of New York Rubin v. Coors Brewing Company Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission
11 Sexually Oriented Speech Miller v. California Stanley v. Georgia 'sborne v. Ohio Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition U.S. v. Williams
12 Broadcast and Cable TV Regulation FCC v. Pacifica Foundation Fox Television Stations, Inc. v. FCC Turner Broadcasting System v. FCC Motion Picture Association of America v. FCC
13 The Internet Reno v. ACLU MGM Studios v. Grokster Fair Housing Council of San Fernando Valley v. Roommates.com Bradburn v. North Central Regional Library District