Considering Sullivan: Justice Thomas's Concurrence in McKee v. Cosby, Denial of Certiorari (Ep. 63) - Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal
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Considering Sullivan: Justice Thomas’s Concurrence in McKee v. Cosby, Denial of Certiorari (Ep. 63)

Considering Sullivan: Justice Thomas’s Concurrence in McKee v. Cosby, Denial of Certiorari (Ep. 63)

This week Patrick Hao, IPLJ Online Editor, and Alessandra Dagirmanjian, IPLJ Notes and Articles Editor, speak with Erik Bierbauer, Vice President of Litigation at NBC Universal and Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham University. They discuss Justice Thomas’s analysis of the landmark First Amendment case, New York Times v. Sullivan, in a recent denial of certiorari to Kathrine McKee. Erik shares his thoughts on Justice Thomas’s interpretation of Sullivan and how a reconsideration of the case could affect defamation law.

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Alessandra Dagirmanjian

Alessandra Dagirmanjian is a third-year student at Fordham University School of Law, and a Notes and Articles Editor of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media, and Entertainment Law Journal.