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Quote of the Day - Rationalists are admirable beings, rationalism is a hideous monster when it claims for itself omnipotence. Attribution of omnipotence to reason is as bad a piece of idolatry as is worship of stock and stone believing it to be God. I plead not for the suppression of reason, but for a due recognition of that in us which sanctifies reason. - Mahatma Ghandi
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Explores Fair Use And Attribution After Its Own Mistake
Preserving the professional rules with regard to original content reporting and attribution to original sources is the topic on this Lawyer2Lawyer. Please join me and my fellow attorney and co-host Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Alan Schwarz, a prolific sports writer from The New York Times, to discuss the legal and ethical issues pertaining to digital media. They discuss copyright law, the extent to which bloggers should give credit to original reportorial sources and the ethical guidelines bloggers and journalists should be following when it comes to content.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Listens To Both Sides Of The Rights Of The Child
Senate resolution 519 opposes U.S. signing of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child, a human rights treaty protecting the rights of children. Please join me as I welcome Michael P. Farris, President of ParentalRights.org and Sara A. Dillon, Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School. We take a look at the treaty, Senate Resolution 519, the key issues of debate on the signing of this treaty and the potential legal conflicts.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Tweets The Courtroom
With the wave of technology dominating the legal world, reporting from the courtroom has gone from scribbling notes on a pad of paper to live coverage through blogs, video and even tweets. Please join my fellow attorney and co-host, Bob Ambrogi, as he welcomes Ron Sylvester, Staff Writer for Interactive News for The Wichita Eagle/ Kansas.com and Attorney Eric P. Robinson, an attorney in New York who specializes in media and Internet law, to talk about the latest in live reporting from the courtroom. They discuss procedure for getting permission from a Judge, cameras in the courtroom and how live reporting has affected traditional journalism in the courtroom.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes Online To The Law.gov Movement
The "Law.Gov" movement is a campaign to put all primary legal materials in the public domain. Some call it "democratizing" law. Please join my fellow attorney and co-host, Bob Ambrogi, as he welcomes Carl Malamud, founder of Public.Resource.org and Tom Bruce, the Director of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School, to share with us the latest on Law.Gov. Carl and Tom explore the Law.Gov movement, the benefit of public access to legal materials and who opposes the idea as well as the various workshops across the states.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Threads The American Needle v. NFL Case
With a unanimous vote, the Surpreme Court ruled 9-0 against the NFL in the American Needle v. NFL case-one of the most important legal cases in sports. Please join me and my fellow attorney and co-host Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Attorney Marc Edelman from Barry University's Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law and Professor Michael McCann, Associate Law Professor at Vermont Law School and Legal Analyst for Sports Illustrated, to discuss this latest ruling. They talk about anti-trust law, intellectual property issues and how this decision could affect the NFL and other sports franchises.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Reaches Into The Cloud For A Computer With Rules
The North Carolina State Bar has just finished drafting a proposed Formal Ethics Opinion that allows the use of cloud computing in a law office. Please join me and my fellow attorney and co-host Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Attorney Alice N. Mine, Senior Ethics Counsel and Assistant Executive Director for the North Carolina State Bar and Jack Newton, Co-founder and President of Clio (one of our sponsors), to look at the legal ethical issues surrounding cloud computing. They explore the proposed Formal Ethics Opinion, what it means for lawyers and the future of cloud computing.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Examines A Failed Settlement For A Man Freed After 30 Years In Prison
Joe Salvati of Boston spent nearly 30 years in prison as an innocent man, along with three other men, convicted for a murder they did not commit. After years of legal twists and some unbelievable turns, the Justice Department declined an appeal of a $101.7 million settlement for all four men. Join attorney and my co-host Bob Ambrogi as he welcomes Attorney Victor J. Garo, Joe Salvati's lawyer for more than 30 years and Attorney and Journalist Dan Rea, to discuss one of the worst cases of injustice and wrongful imprisonment. They talk about Federal Judge Nancy Gertner's ruling and her criticism of the FBI, the power of the press, reaction to this bittersweet victory and fighting to the end for your client.
Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Goes Calling On Apple's New 4G Phone
The technology and legal world was abuzz over an incident involving a prototype of the iPhone 4G. An Apple engineer allegedly left behind the iPhone, which eventually ended up in the hands of Gizmodo.com, a technology weblog. After pictures surfaced on the Gizmodo site, a search of a Gizmodo editor's home and computer was issued. Please join me and my fellow attorney and co-host Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Sam Bayard, the Assistant Director of the Citizen Media Law Project and Eric Goldman, Director of the High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara University School of Law, to discuss the legal issues behind this complex debacle. They look at the shield law, the validity of the search warrant and the legal battle that could possibly lie ahead., to discuss the legal issues behind this complex debacle. We look at the shield law, the validity of the search warrant and the legal battle that could possibly lie ahead.
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