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Masson V. New Yorker Magazine, Inc.: A "Material Alteration", Nathalie L. Hiemstra May 1993

Masson V. New Yorker Magazine, Inc.: A "Material Alteration", Nathalie L. Hiemstra

University of Miami Entertainment & Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Cohen V. Cowles Media Co.: Burning Sources And Burning Questions, Paul D. Petruzzi May 1993

Cohen V. Cowles Media Co.: Burning Sources And Burning Questions, Paul D. Petruzzi

University of Miami Entertainment & Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Reporting The Truth And Setting The Record Straight: An Analysis Of U.S. And Japanese Libel Laws, Ellen M. Smith Jan 1993

Reporting The Truth And Setting The Record Straight: An Analysis Of U.S. And Japanese Libel Laws, Ellen M. Smith

Michigan Journal of International Law

This Note argues that U.S. courts and lawmakers should adopt some aspects of Japanese libel law. Part I compares the balances struck in U.S. and Japanese libel law between promoting press freedoms and protecting individual interests. Part II focuses on the extent to which each system succeeds in addressing the objectives of encouraging aggressive, accurate reporting, and compensating libel victims. Finally, Part III proposes a new U.S. libel standard that would adopt, with some modifications, key elements of Japanese libel law without running afoul of established U.S. constitutional requirements.