High School Classmate of Justice Kavanaugh Sues HuffPost for Defamation
An article written by Ashley Feinberg about Kavanaugh's high school class implied that Derrick Evans was implicated in the death of David Kennedy.
Supreme Court Rules That NYC Public Access Channel Is Not a Public Forum
The Supreme Court weighed in on a case over whether a public access channel should be considered a private actor […]
Handman and Zycherman: “Fear Not: New York Times v. Sullivan Heartily Embraced by the Court’s Newest Jurist, Justice Kavanaugh”
The post is another essay in response to Justice Clarence Thomas’s concurrence from a denial of certiorari in the case […]
Ballard Spahr: What Does the “New” Supreme Court Portend for Media Lawyers?
Reprinted with Permission from Ballard Spahr Much ink has been spilled over the potential ramifications of now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment […]
SCOTUS Nominee Kavanaugh And The First Amendment: His Record, Views, And Controversies
In light of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination, experts weigh in on his First Amendment record with mixed views. During the course of the confirmation process, Kavanaugh was questioned about reporter's privilege and whether he would allow journalists to divulge the details of confidential conversations he had with them decades ago.