Two Decisions in Battle Between Old and New Media Leave Little Resolved
Kim J. Landsman, a partner at Golenbock Eiseman Assor Bell & Peskoe, writes that although recent Second and Fourth circuit decisions vacated summary judgments favorable to new media defendants YouTube and Google, they also generally declined to adopt the bright-line rules and sweeping pronouncements that old media advocated.
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