On Track - Trending Topics in Business and Law - by Haynes and Boone, LLP

HB Media Minute - Anti-SLAPP Legislation and Litigation - Key Developments

October 02, 2020 Haynes and Boone, LLP Season 1 Episode 1
On Track - Trending Topics in Business and Law - by Haynes and Boone, LLP
HB Media Minute - Anti-SLAPP Legislation and Litigation - Key Developments
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On Track - Trending Topics in Business and Law - by Haynes and Boone, LLP
HB Media Minute - Anti-SLAPP Legislation and Litigation - Key Developments
Oct 02, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
Haynes and Boone, LLP

A podcast focused on new legal developments and trends impacting the media and entertainment industry, intellectual property, and open government and First Amendment law.

Our topic today is an update on some key developments nationwide with anti-SLAPP legislation and litigation. Moderated by Nathan Koppel, Director of Media Relations at Haynes and Boone, Nathan is joined by Haynes and Boone Partner Laura Prather, Chair of our Media and Entertainment Law Practice Group. Laura recently received The American Lawyer's Tony Mauro Media Lawyer Award in recognition of tireless and successful efforts advocating for legislation to strengthen First Amendment rights in Texas. George Freeman, executive director of the Media Law Resource Center, nominated Prather for the award, saying she “has changed the legal landscape for free speech rights in Texas.” Laura is always so interesting to listen to. Enjoy this podcast!

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A podcast focused on new legal developments and trends impacting the media and entertainment industry, intellectual property, and open government and First Amendment law.

Our topic today is an update on some key developments nationwide with anti-SLAPP legislation and litigation. Moderated by Nathan Koppel, Director of Media Relations at Haynes and Boone, Nathan is joined by Haynes and Boone Partner Laura Prather, Chair of our Media and Entertainment Law Practice Group. Laura recently received The American Lawyer's Tony Mauro Media Lawyer Award in recognition of tireless and successful efforts advocating for legislation to strengthen First Amendment rights in Texas. George Freeman, executive director of the Media Law Resource Center, nominated Prather for the award, saying she “has changed the legal landscape for free speech rights in Texas.” Laura is always so interesting to listen to. Enjoy this podcast!