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Response - Jay Katz: From Harms To Risks, Larry I. Palmer Jul 2006

Response - Jay Katz: From Harms To Risks, Larry I. Palmer

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What Do Snowmobiles, Mercury Emissions, Greenhouse Gases, And Runoff Have In Common?: The Controversy Over "Junk Science", Linda A. Malone Apr 2006

What Do Snowmobiles, Mercury Emissions, Greenhouse Gases, And Runoff Have In Common?: The Controversy Over "Junk Science", Linda A. Malone

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Reduce, Refine, Replace: The Failure Of The Three R’S And The Future Of Animal Experimentation, Darian M. Ibrahim Jan 2006

Reduce, Refine, Replace: The Failure Of The Three R’S And The Future Of Animal Experimentation, Darian M. Ibrahim

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Relative Access To Corrective Speech: A New Test For Requiring Actual Malice, Aaron K. Perzanowski Jan 2006

Relative Access To Corrective Speech: A New Test For Requiring Actual Malice, Aaron K. Perzanowski

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This Article reexamines the First Amendment protections provided by the public figure doctrine. It suggests that the doctrine is rooted in a set of out-dated assumptions regarding the media landscape and, as a result, has failed to adapt in a manner that accounts for our changing communications environment.

The public figure doctrine, which imposes the more rigorous actual malice standard of fault on defamation plaintiffs who enjoy greater access to mass media, was constructed in an era defined by one-to-many communications media. Newspapers, broadcasters, and traditional publishers exhausted the Court's understanding of the means of communicating with mass audiences ...


Toxic Torts, Autism, And Bad Science: Why The Courts May Be Our Best Defense Against Scientific Relativism, Joelle A. Moreno Jan 2006

Toxic Torts, Autism, And Bad Science: Why The Courts May Be Our Best Defense Against Scientific Relativism, Joelle A. Moreno

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