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Resource ID: #835
Subject: BROADCAST PANEL- New legal perils in investigative reporting
Source: John Borger; Bruce E.H. Johnson; Mary Ellen Roy; David Smallman - New OrleansJohn Borger; Bruce E.H. Johnson; Mary Ellen Roy; David Smallman
Affiliation: Faegre & Benson (Minneapolis);Davis Wright Tremaine;Phelps Dunbar;Simpson;Thatcher BartlettFaegre & Benson (Minneapolis);Davis Wright Tremaine;Phelps Dunbar;Simpson;Thatcher Bartlett
Date: 1905-06-20



Selected transcripts from four cases. The first is Judith Clift et al. vs. Narragansett Television L.P., where the widow of a man who committed suicide after being interviewed on TV sued the station for, among other things, negligence and invasion of privacy. The second is Berger v. Hanglon v. Haman, where property owners brought action against federal agents and members of the media, alleging videotaped search of property violated Constitutional rights. The third case, Wilson v. Layne v. Collins, was similar to the second. The fourth is IRE's Amicus Curiae in support of ABC in the Food Lion case.

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