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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017
Running Time: 00:59:22

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Taken from the Web Program Communications Law in the Digital Age 2017 recorded November 2017 in New York.

Access [00:59:22]

  • Does Dhiab v. Trump means the end of the public right of access in national security cases?
  • Are we any closer to getting meaningful access to cop cams?
  • FOIA in the age of Trump: Has anything or everything changed? 
  • After Cosby, is there a right to know about jurors?
  • When the feds take down public data, is the public just out of luck?
  • Has sealing become the new normal in the nation's courts?

Speaker:  David E. McCraw
Moderator:  Lee Levine
Panel:  Lucy A. Dalglish, James A. McLaughlin, David A. Schulz

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  • 2017 Update: Developments in the Law of Access (September 1, 2017)
    Maxwell S. Mishkin, Al-Amyn Sumar, Alexander I. Ziccardi, David A. Schulz
Presentation Material
  • Totally Bigly: Access in the Year of Trump
    David E. McCraw
    Lucy A. Dalglish ~ Dean, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland
    Lee Levine ~ Ballard Spahr LLP
    David E. McCraw ~ Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, The New York Times Company
    James A McLaughlin ~ Deputy General Counsel, Director of Government Affairs, The Washington Post
    David A. Schulz ~ Ballard Spahr LLP
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